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Telus sells financial solutions business to Dye & Durham

Briefs | 12/06/2021 10:50 am EST
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Telus Corp. has sold its financial solutions division to Vancouver-based technology provider Dye & Durham for $500 million, the companies announced Monday. The deal closed on Monday.

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