Boardroom battle: Analyst on unprecedented turmoil at Rogers 1

Boardroom battle: Analyst on unprecedented turmoil at Rogers

 

University of Toronto's Aida Sijamic Wahid breaks down the ongoing turmoil in the upper levels of Rogers and what it means for shareholders.

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  1. I experienced identify theft and credit card fraud about 15 years go that was tied back to Rogers. It started by someone using my personal information to impersonate me and change my address at my bank a day after I setup a new account at Rogers. No coincidence. The criminal also setup a new cell account at Rogers that was tied to my credit card. It ended with the police telling me that Roger’s was impossible to deal with because they needed a court order or else Roger’s would refuse to talk to them and the police were not willing to get a court order in my case. Roger’s absolutely sucks.

  2. ONTARIO REGULATION 683/21
    made under the
    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND CIVIL PROTECTION ACT
    Made: September 29, 2021 (1:45 p.m.)
    Filed: September 29, 2021
    Published on e-Laws: September 29, 2021
    Printed in The Ontario Gazette: October 16, 2021

    Amending O. Reg. 25/21
    (EXTENSIONS OF ORDERS)
    1. The Table to section 1 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 25/21 is revoked and the following substituted:
    TABLE
    Item Column 1
    Order in Council and date made Column 2
    Previously applicable revocation date Column 3
    Current revocation date
    1. Order in Council filed as O. Reg. 8/21 (Enforcement of COVID-19 Measures), made on January 12, 2021 October 6, 2021 October 20, 2021
    2. Order in Council filed as O. Reg. 55/21 (Compliance Orders for Retirement Homes), made on February 5, 2021 October 6, 2021 October 20, 2021
    3. Order in Council filed as O. Reg. 305/21 (Regulated Health Professionals), made on April 21, 2021 October 6, 2021 October 20, 2021

  3. In any organization that’s poorly run, the rot starts up top. In this case a compelling case be made that Edward Rogers has been responsible for the revolving door of senior executives and even replaceing management at the Toronto Blue Jays.

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