Smooth Succession Up North
- Cable's other Ted. Osterland, Andrew W. // FW;10/25/94, Vol. 163 Issue 22, p36
Features Rogers Communications founder and chief executive officer Ted Rogers. Comparison with Ted Turner; High-tolerance for huge risks; Reputation; Acquisitions; Average annual capital expenditures; Competition between Rogers and the phone companies.
- PeopleWatch... // CT Daily;2/15/2013, p1
The article announces that Godfrey Chua has been appointed as directing analyst at Infonetics Research Inc. and Nadir Mohamed, the President has retired from Rogers Communications Inc. and also informs that Lynn Saint Amour, the president of the Internet Society will retire in February 2014.
- Nadir and Me. Heath, Joseph // Walrus;Jun2012, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p14
An essay is presented on the author's experience of being at a doctor's office on Toronto, Ontario with Nadir Mohamed, president of Rogers Communications Inc. The author relates how Mohamed answers a complaint from one of the patients of the hospital concerning the firm's service. He notes the...
- Canada's Rogers First to Launch VoLTE. // 2.5G-4G;Mar2015, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p2
The article reports on the plans of the Canadian telecommunication firm Rogers Communications Inc. to launch a commercial Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) services. It mentions that the service is already available on the company's LG G3 Vigor handset and is planning to add more VoLTE...
- Rogers's Lind Blazed a Cable Trail in Canada. O'BRIEN, GREG // Multichannel News;12/22/2014, Vol. 35 Issue 47, p8
The article announces the retirement of Phil Lind, vice chairman of Canadian communications and media firm Rogers Communications, who served his 45 years to the firm's development.
- Rogers to privatize Rogers Wireless. // RCR Wireless News;11/15/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p24
Reports on the proposal of Canadian communications and media company Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI) to launch an exchange offer for the Rogers Wireless Communications Inc. (RWCI) class B restricted voting shares owned by the public in Toronto, Ontario in November 2004. Effect of the exchange...
- If I were President a phone in every stall? Johnson, Ben // National Real Estate Investor;09/01/99, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p6
Focuses on the proper use of cellular telephones in public places and the importance of keeping connectivity in its place. Advantages of technology.
- Processors out of cell-phone range. Renstrom, Roger // Plastics News;9/30/2002, Vol. 14 Issue 31, p1
Reports the implications of the disarray in the cellular telephone market. Provision of opportunities and alliances for some global contract manufacturers; Increase in the sales of mobile telephone; Realization of a rapid growth of the market expectations.
- 2.5G Handsets. Schaller, Lane // Wireless Review;01/15/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p36
Deals with the application of 2.5 generation technology in communication handsets. Areas of differences among handsets; How the differences affect handsets; Public concerns over connectivity.