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Wed, Apr 26 2017

BRIEF-BCE Q1 earnings per share C$0.78

* BCE reports first quarter 2017 results, announces updated 2017 financial targets

UPDATE 1-Canadian telecom company BCE beats profit estimates

April 26 BCE Inc, Canada's largest telecommunications company, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Wednesday, driven by an increase in net postpaid subscribers.

Canadian telecom company BCE's profit falls 4 pct

April 26 BCE Inc, Canada's largest telecommunications company, posted a 4 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt by costs related to its acquisition of Manitoba Telecom Services.

BRIEF-Textron reports Q1 2017 revenue of $3.1 billion

* Textron reports first quarter 2017 results; updates 2017 financial outlook for Arctic Cat acquisition

BRIEF-Telus finalizes deal to expand its wireless business in Manitoba

* Telus finalizes deal to expand its wireless business in Manitoba

BRIEF-Bell says investing $854 mln in Montréal

* Bell investing $854 million in Montréal to bring the fastest broadband fibre technology directly to homes and businesses across the city

BRIEF-Bell Canada, Microsoft Canada announce availability of expanded suite of Microsoft Azure Cloud Services

* Bell Canada - Co, Microsoft Canada announced availability of expanded suite of Microsoft Azure Cloud Services including compute, backup, disaster recovery Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Manitoba Telecom Services says CEO will leave co after BCE merger

* Manitoba Telecom Services Inc - CEO Jay Forbes will be leaving company following expected successful closing of its pending transaction with BCE Inc Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Bell says Randy Lennox appointed president of Bell Media

* Randy lennox appointed president of bell media following departure of mary ann turcke for a new opportunity with nfl Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BCE says head of its Bell Media unit leaves for NFL job

TORONTO The head of BCE Inc's Bell Media unit has left the Canadian company to take a job at the National Football League, BCE said on Monday.

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