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Telus Corp looks to freeze employee wages as wireless competition from Shaw Communications looms

Telus Corp. is trying to impose a three-year wage freeze for thousands of its employees as the Canadian wireless carrier works to control costs amid renewed competition from Shaw Communications Inc. 423 more words

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Wireless data in the hot seat as telecoms flood market with back-to-school deals

Back-to-school cellphone deals have returned as Canada’s wireless providers vie for a share of the country’s $22-billion wireless market, the star segment for telcos fighting against the cable cord-cutting phenomenon. 1,028 more words

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Five things you should know before you start your work day on Aug. 23

Good morning. Duck producers get ready to double output. Alimentation Couche-Tard buys a US$4.4 billion convenience store chain. And the broadband price war is heating up in Western Canada. 772 more words

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High-speed Internet price war spreads to Western Canada as Shaw, Telus duke it out

The broadband price war is finally heating up in Western Canada.

Telus Corp. responded last week to Shaw Communications Inc.’s incredibly good deal for ultra high-speed Internet with a killer promotion of its own. 410 more words

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Analysts give Telus a boost as capital investments seen driving growth

Telus Corp.’s plans to spend more on capital investments to take advantage of low interest rates is a hit with some analysts, even though the telecom’s free cash flow is under pressure. 203 more words

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Canadian telecoms bounce back from 'miserable' start to 2016 with 233K new wireless customers

TORONTO — Canada’s wireless providers rebounded from a weak first quarter in the mobile market, a segment that’s crucial to major players looking to offset losses from cord-cutters in the traditional television and telephone segments. 572 more words

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Telus Corp hikes dividend and outlook as profit tops Street’s expectations

Telus Corp., one of Canada’s big three telecommunications companies, posted earnings that topped analysts’ expectations, signing up significantly more wireless customers than expected despite tough times in Alberta. 705 more words

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