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Rogers Communications Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer Tony Staffieri speaks to the media after appearing at the Standing Committee on Industry and Technology (INDU) on Parliament Hill January 25, 2023 in Ottawa. Dave Chan/The Globe and Mail
New Rogers CEO makes $31.5-million in total compensation in first year
The Globe and Mail - Fri Mar 24, 5:09PM CDT
The Globe and Mail
Fri Mar 24, 5:09PM CDT
The figure includes several one-time compensation items related to his promotion and the pending takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.
Rogers and Shaw applications are pictured on a cellphone in Ottawa on Monday, May 9, 2022. Canada's competition regulator is urging Ottawa take aim at mergers that increase market concentration by shifting the burden to the merging parties to prove why such acquisitions are unlikely to substantially reduce competition.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
CRTC asks Rogers for details of network-sharing agreements with Quebecor as part of Shaw deal
The Globe and Mail - Thu Mar 23, 4:22PM CDT
The Globe and Mail
Thu Mar 23, 4:22PM CDT
The move comes in response to allegations that the pacts violate the Telecommunications Act and could stifle competition through price discrimination
Competition law experts urge Ottawa to allow foreign ownership of telecoms to bring down prices
The Globe and Mail - Sun Mar 12, 5:06PM CDT
The Globe and Mail
Sun Mar 12, 5:06PM CDT
Three former leaders of the Competition Bureau and Competition Tribunal say rules protecting domestic telecom companies that date back to the 1960s no longer serve the country’s interests

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