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Rogers President and CEO Guy Laurence speaks at the company's AGM in Toronto on Tuesday April 21 , 2015. Rogers Communications says Guy Laurence has stepped down as president and CEO, effective immediately. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
Rogers President and CEO Guy Laurence speaks at the company's AGM in Toronto on Tuesday April 21 , 2015. Rogers Communications says Guy Laurence has stepped down as president and CEO, effective immediately. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Goodbye, Guy: Why Rogers' visionary CEO failed Add to ...

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Guy Laurence arrived promising a revolution at Rogers Communications. He leaves behind a company that is vastly changed, but still suffers from legions of unhappy customers and confused employees.

His sacking is proof that you can’t violate the two immutable rules of the Big Red Machine. One, don’t cross the Rogers family. Two, you must produce results. Mr. Laurence did too much of the former and not enough of the latter, and that is why he’s gone.

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