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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
Smartphones seem to come with more bells and whistles every day, and selling those features has become huge business for Canada's telecommunications industry.
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.
My House Beautiful: In love with the Strathearn sun
That same year, just as TELUS Corporation was establishing itself from the assets of AGT, a phone rang in a Lethbridge office.
Free network TV? Not if Bell gets its way
Bell Media, the vertically integrated TV Godzilla that already owns more than two dozen specialty channels and is on track to pick up another clutch of them if its parent company's acquisition of Astral Media Inc. is approved, has asked the court for ...
CISPA supporters list: 800+ companies that could help Uncle Sam snag your data
First, CISPA is a cybersecurity bill that pertains to the sharing of information between the government and private companies. SOPA was an anti-piracy bill that sought to block access to “foreign rogue” websites that illegally distributed copyrighted ...
PavCo challenges Vancouver float-plane terminal over safety concerns
But even before it opened last May, VHFC was bogged down in a controversy over fees, with float-plane companies balking at what they viewed as excessively high rents to use the facility.
Waiting for the age of abundance
Peter Diamandis is the chairman and CEO of the X Prize Foundation, the co-founder and chairman of Singularity University and the founder, according to his biog, “of more than a dozen space and high-tech companies.” (Singularity University is a Silicon ...
Ottawa releases open government action plan
Treasury Board president Tony Clement said this week that as part of the three-year plan Ottawa will issue a directive to 106 federal departments and agencies on what they must do to maximize the availability of government information to the public online.
ACE water pipeline enters phase two
"Initially we wanted to dig on the north side of College Drive (to avoid any lane closures), but we found a Telus fibre optic line, so we were forced to the south side of College Drive," said Brozuk.