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Ontario court approves Rogers' purchase of Mobilicity

TORONTO – An Ontario court has given its OK to a deal that will see Rogers Communications purchase Mobilicity.

Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) will also sell some spectrum to Wind Mobile, which has emerged as one of the leading challengers to Canada’s three biggest wireless companies – Rogers, Telus (TSX:T) and BCE’s Bell (TSX:BCE). 13 more words

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Ontario court approves Rogers-Mobilicity wireless deal

TORONTO – An Ontario court has given its OK to a deal that will see Rogers Communications purchase Mobilicity.

Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) will also sell some spectrum to Wind Mobile, which has emerged as one of the leading challengers to Canada’s three biggest wireless companies – Rogers, Telus (TSX:T) and BCE’s Bell (TSX:BCE). 94 more words

Money

Feds Study Telus, Rogers Bids for Mobilicity; Founder Proposes Alternative MVNO Strategy

Canada’s two largest mobile operators by users, Rogers and Telus, have recently tabled takeover offers for financially struggling smaller cellco Mobilicity, although any potential deal is subject to federal government approval under strict wireless spectrum transfer rules aimed at preserving competition, the Financial Post reports. 350 more words

Telnet Networks

Rogers Communications shutting down Zoocasa.com on June 22, 2015

  They launched back in 2008 in a beta version.  In 2011, they began offering property valuations through Zoopraisal.  And in the coming years, they provided the public with property sales data.   422 more words

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Cellcos’ Appeal Against Wireless Code of Conduct Rejected

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected a bid by Canada’s main mobile operators to delay the full implementation of the country’s ‘wireless code of conduct’, the Financial Post reports. 96 more words

Telnet Networks

Bagnall: Melnyk's health crisis hits just as Senators' stock starting to soar

When entrepreneur Eugene Melnyk purchased the Senators out of bankruptcy in 2003, he was blessed. He was a billionaire, he was healthy and he controlled a growing pharmaceutical empire called Biovail. 807 more words

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BCE, Rogers Carve-Up of Retailer Glentel Approved

Canada’s Competition Bureau has approved a transaction under which Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) and its national quadruple-play telecoms rival Rogers Communications will take 50% equity each in retailer Glentel (Canada), following the latter’s acquisition by BCE which is set for completion on 20 May. 36 more words

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