Nortel didn’t see it comingAn extensive series by Toronto Star reporters Robert Cribb and Tyler Hamilton reveals how Nortel Networks Corp. fell so precipitously. Former CEO John Roth grants the pair an exclusive interview. Business columnist David Olive also examines the issue. More details: How a giant fell to earth Nortel's Roth a raging bull until bitter end John Roth speaks out Behind Nortel's takeover spree Nortel's directors missing in action BCI files prospectusBell Canada International has filed a final prospectus with authorities in Canada and the U.S. in connection with a previously-announced $440 million share offering. BCI will use the cash raised to pay down interest on unsecured debentures. More details. Email problems still plague RogersThe chaos continues as Rogers Communications Inc. shuffles its Internet subscribers from the @home.com domain name to @rogers.com. A glitch on the weekend resulted in the email accounts of over 400,000 users being open to hacking by anyone with nefarious goals, according to The Globe and Mail. The company claims no accounts were actually attacked. More details. MTS acquires another ISPMTS Communications Inc. has bought Web4 Internet Services, an ISP located in Winkler, MB. The five-year-old company, which has 600 dial-up accounts, 112 email accounts, and 30 web-host accounts, has been acting as a sales agent for Manitoba Telecom for years. More details. Government extends telehealth in eastern & western OntarioThe Ontario government is now providing round-the-clock telehealth service in the 613 area code in the eastern part of the province and the 519 NPA serving the London-Windsor area. Patients can receive information from experienced nursing staff. The system is already underway in the Toronto-area NPAs of 416 and 905, and has expanded to the 705 and 807 area codes. More details. Teleglobe inks Asia-Pacific dealBCE Inc. subsidiary Teleglobe has signed a US$3 million-deal with Indiana University to expand an advanced network that connects the American mainland with the Asia-Pacific. The TransPAC network links schools and research facilities specializing in several scientific fields. More details. The pointer pointed the wrong wayA pointer dog named Willie inadvertently got his owner into hot water when he dialed 911 – twice. An operator thought the pup’s howls were the cry of an abused woman and sent police to investigate. They found no abuser, but plenty of marijuana. The folks at the Smoking Gun web site offer a multimedia treat, with arrest records, photos and the actual 911 tapes. More details.