Two of the country’s unified communications companies are coming together to make an operating firm with US$1 billion in sales. Ottawa’s Mitel Networks Corp. is buying Concord, Ont.'s Aastra Technologies Ltd. in a share and cash deal
Public Mobile, the Toronto-based startup that surprised many telecom veterans by buying what was thought to be “orphan” PCS frequencies in the 2008 spectrum auction, has been sold to Telus Corp. Industry Canada
In a way, it's a marriage of a Canadian electronic data specialist and a European company that focuses on snail mail. DMTI Spatial, a Toronto-based provider of Canadian location-based data to governments and
Could Lenovo Group Ltd. be positioning itself to make a bid for BlackBerry Ltd.? There were reports today that the Chinese personal computer maker had signed a “non-disclosure” agreement to look into the
Naguib Sawiris, the Egyptian billionaire whose $520 million bid to snap up the Allstream division of Manitoba Telecom Systems was turned down by Ottawa last week, regrets ever wanting to invest in Canada
BlackBerry Ltd. co-founders Michael Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin have hired global investment firms Goldman Sachs and Centerview Partners to review their options on a possible joint bid for the troubled smart phone company.
The government’s decision to block the sale of the Allstream division of Manitoba Telecom Services to an Egyptian telecom mogul could limit the pool of potential foreign buyers for troubled smart phone maker