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Rogers countersues ex-CEO Joe Natale

News | 09/05/2023 6:37 pm EDT
Competition Bureau MVNO proposal ‘punts the problem’: Natale
Rogers Communications CEO Joe Natale addresses a CRTC hearing in 2020.

Rogers Communications Inc. is countersuing ex-CEO Joe Natale, arguing he should pay back the severance and other benefits he received from the company now that it has determined cause for his dismissal.

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