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Linking CSR with corporate values critical to success
REUTERS/Mark BlinchTELUS Corp Chief Executive Officer Darren Entwistle speaks at their annual shareholders meeting in Toronto, May 5, 2011.
Telus share plan draws ire
Norm Betts/BloombergShareholders of Telus Corp. will decide on May 9 whether to convert to a single-share class company - but without the holders of the voting common shares receiving a premium.
The Curious Case of the Telus Proxy Battle
The proxy battle involving the Telus Corporation, the $19 billion Canadian telecommunications company, is shaping up to be the most interesting of the year, involving allegations of empty voting, vote buying and secret share accumulations.
BCE positions itself to challenge Telus for push-to-talk supremacy
BCE Inc. is ramping up its presence in the push-to-talk business market, in a strategic strike aimed at dethroning rival Telus Corp. as the Canadian king of that lucrative niche. The market provides simple yet sturdy phones to businesses in the mining, ...
BCE plans launch of new push-to-talk phones in bid to beat Telus
TORONTO - Canada's largest telecom company, BCE Inc., plans to offer several push-to-talk phones for outdoor workers on its cellular network in a challenge to the dominance of competitor Telus Corp. in the niche market. Push-to-talk works essentially ...
Ontario legislation to target cellphone 'bill shock'
The Ontario government is moving to curb “bill shock” for customers of wireless companies like Rogers Communications Inc., Bell Mobility and Telus Corp., announcing Thursday plans to introduce legislation that forces providers to simplify costs and be ...
Shaw Communications sees weakness at cable unit
The Calgary-based company is fighting a difficult battle against Vancouver-based telecoms company Telus Corp, which is aggressively promoting a rival TV service.
TSN, Sportsnet could end up the big losers in cable pick and pay model
Depending on how current negotiations go, customers of non-vertically integrated operators, such as Telus Corp. and Cogeco Cable, may well end up paying even more because they offer no content to trade back.
Stanley Cup television blackouts could follow court battle
... Bell Media are Rogers Communications Inc., Shaw Communications Inc., Telus Corp., Cogeco Cable Inc., and virtually every other distributor in Canada with the exception of Bell's own distribution arm, which sells satellite and Internet-protocol TV ...
Free network TV? Not if Bell gets its way  Globe and Mail
Boosting foreign ownership in telecoms threatens national security, Ottawa ...
Wind has sought a relaxation of the foreign ownership restrictions and is one of four new carriers fighting to break the dominance of Canada's wireless sector, more than 90% of which is controlled by Rogers Communications Inc., BCE Inc. and Telus Corp.