Media Video: Why Rogers hurried hard when given a chance to own curling series Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Aug. 30 2012, 3:31 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Aug. 30 2012, 3:50 PM EDT Rogers-owned Sportsnet will use its broadcast rights to Grand Slam of Curling to establish an events division Watch More Video: North Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with U.S. In a booming industry, medical marijuana company makes problematic claims How technology is changing the way we bank Market Call Tonight: Top picks from BBSL’s John DeGoey The Bottom Line: Sweet deal? The $120-million bet on iconic Canadian snack cakes Big tobacco and the race to cash in on Canada's marijuana boom Money Monitor: How donating shares can save you taxes Amazing Space: Mobify's office is designed for a millennial work force Swiss National Bank goes negative Chevron delays Arctic drilling plan China's house prices fall again Fed tweaks language, delights investors Market Call Tonight: Top picks from David Baskin You can turn playing with LEGO into a job. Meet a master model builder Celebration in Havana for U.S., Cuba plan to restore ties FedEx profit rises but misses target Ivory boom swamps efforts to halt illegal trade Market Call Tonight: Top picks from ScotiaMcLeod’s Mike Newton Should young adults buy a condo as a first home? What’s the difference between ruble and rubble? (The letter B) Comments AA More Related to this Story Sportsnet forms events division, slides into curling Media Video: How much of a competition threat is Bell's Astral deal?