Rogers Communications Inc (RCIAF.PK)
28 Sep 2016
Tue, Nov 1 2016
* Priced a US$500 million underwritten public offering of 2.90 pct senior notes due 2026
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) CHICAGO, November 01 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'BBB+' rating to Rogers Communications Inc.'s (Rogers) benchmark sized US 10-year senior notes offering. The Rating Outlook is Stable. Rogers intend to use a portion of the net offering proceeds to repay a portion of the outstanding advances under bank credit facilities and borrowings under the accounts receivable securitization program. The drawdowns under the bank credit f
TORONTO Rogers Communications Inc Chief Executive Guy Laurence is stepping down effective immediately, the Canadian telecom company said on Monday, an unexpected departure that came as it reported a sharp fall in quarterly profit.
TORONTO, Oct 17 Rogers Communications Inc Chief Executive Guy Laurence is stepping down effective immediately, the Canadian telecom company said on Monday, an unexpected departure that came as it reported a sharp fall in quarterly profit.
* Says expects full year capital spending to be lower than last year - Conference call
Oct 17 Rogers Communications Inc said it would appoint Joseph Natale as CEO and reported a 3.2 percent rise in quarterly revenue as it added more subscribers to its wireless service.
* Rogers communications inc - Guy Laurence steps down; Joe Natale to be appointed his successor
TORONTO, Oct 6 Rogers Communications Inc will give customers the ability to shut off family members or friends using excessive mobile data in shared data plans, the Canadian communications company said on Thursday.
TORONTO, Sept 30 Rogers Communications Inc will stop printing four of its biggest magazines next year and sell all its French-language and trade publications as more readers and advertisers move online, the Canadian company's media arm said on Friday.
TORONTO, Sept 30 Rogers Communications Inc will end the print editions of four of its biggest magazines next year, its media arm said on Friday, the latest sign of the Canadian media industry's struggles with falling print advertising.