Natale out, Staffieri in: Rogers boardroom infighting continues

Back in March, Canadian telco giant Rogers announced that it had reached an agreement to acquire rival Shaw for around $26 billion, a move that would shrink the number of mobile players in the market from four to three.
The deal was met with uncertainty from onlookers, many of whom lamented that it would reduce customer choice and increase prices in an already dysfunctional mobile market. As a result, strict regulatory conditions are set to be attached to the deal, the extent of which are still being decided.

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