John Knubley, who has been deputy minister at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) for seven years, announced his retirement last week.
The imminent departure of BCE Inc. CEO George Cope, announced Friday morning, has left analysts with somewhat mixed feelings: both surprised by the earlier-than-expected leave date of January 2020, but also confident his successor Mirko Bibic, surrounded by top industry brass, will have no problem steering the ship.
The connectivity strategy released by Rural Economic Development Minister Bernadette Jordan Thursday morning reiterated the Liberals’ commitment to the promises made in the federal budget, but offered no new information about how those funds will be spent.
Rogers Communications Inc.’s decision to introduce “no overage” plans will likely negatively impact all wireless carriers, Scotiabank’s Jeff Fan said in a new report.
Executives at Corus Entertainment Inc., historically proud of not being in the sports content business, admitted on Wednesday that the Toronto Raptors’ NBA finals route pulled viewers away from its lifestyle, family and children’s content — on a bigger scale than normal.
Music Canada, the trade organization which represents the Canadian divisions of some of the world’s largest record labels, has declared that the gap between what artists create and what they are paid for it — what they call the value gap — has reached “staggering” proportions.