The Chronicle Herald
Rogers' top two earn almost $40m total
Guy Laurence, who only stepped into the CEO role on Dec. 2, made a total of $12.7 million in 2013, according to figures Retired CEO Nadir Mohamed took home total compensation of $26.8 million last year, the bulk of it coming from his retirement package.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Telecom company Rogers doles out nearly $40 million on its two CEOs in 2013
Rogers Communications doled out nearly $40 million last year paying the two executives who held the top position at the telecom company.
Rogers starts turning on 700 MHz wireless spectrum
John Boynton, executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Rogers Communications, calls the 700 megahertz band 'beachfront spectrum.'
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Today's analyst upgrades and downgrades
Investor Tools - Spot opportunities, identify market trends and grow your portfolio with a powerful toolkit to help you invest with confidence The Rogers sign is seen atop the Rogers Communications headquarters building in Toronto in this file photo taken April 25, 2012.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Rogers customers can change the way they pay with the launch of the suretap(TM) wallet
Canadians can now go cashless with mobile payments. Rogers announced today it has launched its suretap wallet, a new application that lets its customers use their Android and BlackBerry smartphones to make payments at tens of thousands of retailers across the country.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Canadian Networks Select Bell ID's TSM Software
The Netherlands based provider of chip lifecycle management solutions Bell ID has been selected by EnStream a joint venture of Bell Mobility TELUS and Rogers Communications to provision and manage secure applications on NFC enabled devices in Canada.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Rogers needed NHL deal to stem losses, CRTC hears
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, left, Rogers Communications CEO Nadir Mohamed, centre, and Rogers Media president Keith Pelley during a conference announcing a 12-year national broadcast and multimedia agreement between Rogers Communications and the NHL in Toronto.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Rogers betting NHL fans to use mobile devices to watch with its big spectrum buy
Rogers Communications is betting consumers - especially NHL hockey fans - will be watching more video on their tablets and smartphones with its recent $3.3-billion purchase of wireless spectrum.
The Toronto Star
Unpaid interns dropped from Rogers-owned magazines
In a pre-emptive move, interns at Flare and Chatelaine who were either unpaid or receiving a $400 monthly honorarium were let go Tuesday.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Rogers Communications: Mixed Plate Of Fortunes Earns A Hold Rating
Rogers is among the leading companies in the Canadian Telecom Industry. The company has been facing intense competition within the industry; its wireless segment, the main revenue generating segment of RCI, has been facing revenue growth pressures due to competition within the industry.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Monroe Electronics Helps Canadians Access Emergency Alerts
Monroe Electronics and Capella Telecommunications Inc., a leading Canadian distributor of voice, video, and data systems, announced today that Rogers Communications Inc., one of Canada's largest providers of cable television, high-speed Internet, and telecommunications, has chosen the Monroe Electronics messaging platform to provide emergency ... (more)