Rogers in trouble with competition bureau

Canadian telecommunication’s giant Rogers has run afoul of the federal Competition Bureau. Read Ian Marlow’s full story in the Globe and Mail.

The federal Competition Bureau is seeking to impose a $10-million penalty on Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI.B-T37.220.120.32%) for “misleading advertising” that criticized the wireless networks of new competitors such as Wind Mobile. – Globe and Mail

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