TORONTO (Reuters) – Cisco Systems Inc will expand its research and development operations in Ontario, looking to add 1,700 jobs in the Canadian province over the next six years, the U.S. network equipment maker said on Friday.
Cisco and the Ontario provincial government said they have signed a 10-year agreement that will see the province provide up to C$220 million ($207 million) to support the company’s expansion.
TORONTO, Dec 9 (Reuters) – The court-appointed monitor for
struggling Canadian wireless startup Mobilicity has extended the
deadline for suitors to bid for the company by a week to Dec.
16, a regulatory filing shows.
Bidders for the Toronto-based startup, which filed for court
protection from its creditors earlier this year, now have until
noon next Monday to submit their offers in the court-supervised
auction, according to a document posted on the website of
monitor Ernst & Young Inc.
TORONTO, Nov 26 (Reuters) – Rogers Communications Inc has signed a C$5.2 billion ($4.9 billion) deal to broadcast National Hockey League games in Canada for the next 12 years, elbowing out telecom rival BCE Inc for rights to the country’s most popular sport.
The landmark deal, announced on Tuesday, will give Rogers, Canada’s largest wireless phone company and a major cable television operator, national rights to NHL games. That includes playoffs games and the Stanley Cup finals, guaranteeing it a trove of popular content it can broadcast across all its platforms.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Rogers Communications Inc, one of Canada’s biggest cable companies, said on Monday the entire industry must be willing to offer viewers more choice when selling television packages even if that means some channels ultimately fail.
The Toronto-based company, whose television service is centered in Ontario but also serves the Atlantic provinces, said it believes most Canadians want bulk packages but those that don’t have a hearty TV appetite shouldn’t have to upsize their order.
TORONTO, Nov 14 (Reuters) – CGI Group Inc, the
main contractor for the flawed website of President Barack
Obama’s healthcare program, said its pipeline of orders was
strong despite the negative publicity from the project.
Shares in the Canadian software company jumped 7 percent
after CGI posted a better-than-expected adjusted quarterly
profit on Thursday.