The Shaw family continues to hike its stake in Shaw Communications Inc. We highlighted Shaw family buying last May when board chair JR Shaw was snapping up non-voting Class B shares under $20. Although the share price is more expensive now, the elder Shaw has been buying again, along with CEO son Bradley. Between Jan. 16 and Jan. 18, they bought a total of 750,000 non-voting shares in the public market. The non-voting shares hit a five-year high of $24.20 in 2008.
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