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Staffieri not pleased with cable, Rogers’ profit dip in first quarterly report as CEO

News | 01/27/2022 5:58 pm EST
Rogers aims to improve churn, ‘reset’ enterprise division
Rogers' Toronto headquarters (photo via Wikipedia).

Rogers Communications Inc. reported a 10 per cent decline in profits for the three months ending on Dec. 31, and expressed disappointment in its cable division’s performance in what is the first quarterly earnings reported from the incumbent since its former CFO, Tony Staffieri, officially replaced Joe Natale as chief executive officer at the behest of the company’s chair, Edward Rogers.

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