Canada to probe Rogers outage as merger doubts grow
Canada’s government ordered an investigation of a major network outage suffered by Rogers Communications last week, at a time of rising concerns over a proposed CAD20 billion ($15. 3 billion) deal to acquire rival Shaw Communications.
Rogers, Shaw merger mediation fails
Rogers Communications failed to make headway on a proposed CAD20 billion ($15. 3 billion) deal to acquire rival Shaw Communications after two days of mediation with Canada’s Commissioner of Competition, but vowed to continue its pursuit of the deal.
Rogers, Shaw enter merger mediation
Rogers Communications, Shaw Communications and Canada’s Competition Bureau agreed to start a mediation process as part of efforts to secure regulatory approval for the delayed CAD26 billion (US$20. 1 billion) merger between the two rival operators.
Rogers, Shaw face more merger hurdles
Rogers Communications and rival Shaw Communications may be required to sell off the latter’s Shaw Mobile unit in addition to its Freedom Mobile business if they are to secure regulatory approval for a delayed CAD26 billion (US$20. 1 billion) merger.
Rogers, Shaw face fight to save big-money deal
Canadian operators Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications vowed to battle attempts by the country’s competition commissioner to block a merger plan, after revealing the authority intended to move against the deal.
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