Rogers Communications Inc. said two senior officials in its marketing operations have left the company in advance of CEO Guy Laurence announcing a new corporate strategy to employees on Friday. In an email to The Wire Report, Rogers spokeswoman Patricia Trott said John Boynton, chief marketing officer, and Shelagh Stoneham, senior vice-president of brands and marketing communications, “have left the company. We’re doing some restructuring of the marketing organization. The company thanks them for their years of service.” Stoneham’s LinkedIn profile shows she had been with Rogers in various capacities since 2007. Boynton had been with Rogers since 2002, according to his LinkedIn information. Trott said CEO Guy Laurence would unveil his “go forward” plan to employees on Friday, and at some point in the near future, this blueprint will be made public.