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Dirk Woessner leaving Rogers

People | 07/18/2017 5:34 pm EDT
Dirk Woessner is leaving Rogers to head to Deutsche Telekom./ Photo via Rogers.

Rogers Communications Inc.’s president of consumer business, Dirk Woessner, is leaving the company and is headed back to Deutsche Telekom AG (DT).

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