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TELUS investing $2 billion in Alberta over next three years
EDMONTON, May 3, 2012 /CNW/ - TELUS will invest $2 billion in advanced technology over the next three years in Alberta. This significant investment builds on the more than $26 billion the company has invested in technology and operations in the ...
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TELUS earns two-year contract extension with Ontario Ministry of Health and ...
TELUS (TSX: T, T.A; NYSE: TU) is a leading national telecommunications company in Canada, with $10.5 billion of annual revenue and 12.7 million customer connections including 7.4 million wireless subscribers, 3.5 million wireline network access lines ...
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Telus profit tops estimates on mobile growth
TORONTO � If the mantra �kill them with kindness� can be successfully employed as a business model, Telus Corp. has become the standard bearer.
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Toronto's SecureKey Raises $30 Million from Intel, Visa, MasterCard, Rogers ...
The financing round was led by Intel Capital and included new investors Visa Inc., MasterCard, Discover Financial Services, Rogers Venture Partners LLC, and TELUS Corporation. SecureKey provides a platform-as-a-service for authentication, payment and ...
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Beating the roaming charges blues
Although roaming rates charged by major carriers like Rogers Communications Inc., BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. have fallen in recent years, the issue still chafes.
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Shaw family adds to its holdings in Shaw Communications
The company has taken a pounding in recent months as attempts to arrest market share losses to chief competitor Telus Corp.
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CP Rail proxy fight: Brash hedge funds take on blue-chip Canadian executives
Telus called off a planned vote over a proposal to blend two classes of shares after it was opposed by hedge fund Mason Capital Management.
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Telus: Which Side Of This Arbitrage Trade Should You Be On?
1. There are two classes of shares, one non-voting class (TU traded on the NYSE) and one voting class (T.TO traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange).
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The need for speed: CBT's broadband corporation brings hyper-fast Internet to ...
Since Rossland would have control of the network, they could opt to be the city's own ISP, or they could contract Shaw, Telus, or another company. The city could even choose to erect a wireless tower and connect the whole city all at once. Halwa used ...
Big Telecoms Glad to Play Big Brother
The inaugural meeting, held just three weeks before Bill C-30 was introduced, included invitations to 11 companies (Bell Canada, Cogeco, Eagle, MTS Allstream, Quebecor, RIM, Rogers, Sasktel, Telus, Videotron, and Wind Mobile) along with two industry ...
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