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Rogers-Shaw CRTC hearing now has ‘extra element of intrigue’: analyst

Briefs | 11/17/2021 11:49 am EST
Rogers CEO Joe Natale, speaking before the INDU committee on Mar. 29, 2021.

The Tuesday night announcement of the departure of Rogers Communications Inc. CEO Joe Natale and the appointment of once-ousted chief financial officer Tony Staffieri as interim CEO adds an “extra element of intrigue” to the CRTC hearing on the broadcasting assets of the merger with Shaw Communications Inc., according to a financial analyst.

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