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TC Media Appoints Antoine Shiu Vice President Of Sales And Creative Services

By Dave Forde / July 11, 2013

TC Media just announced another new hire this week, Antoine Shiu has been appointed to Vice President, Sales and Creative Services. In this role, Antoine will be in charge of the National Sales teams in Toronto, which includes Digital Solutions, Consumer Solutions and Creative Services. He will also oversee the development of strategic sales orientations for all products in these business groups and act as a leadership presence for TC Media in the Toronto marketplace. He will join the organization o


Glassdoor's Top 50 CEOs (US) & Top 10 CEOs (Canada)

By Dave Forde / April 2, 2013

A few names we’re sure you’ll recognize that made the Glassdoor’s list of Top CEO’s this year include: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, up 14 points to a 99 percent rating (#1); SAP’s Bill McDermott & Jim Hagemann Snabe, up 7 percentage points to a 99 percent rating (#2); Google’s Larry Page, unchanged at a 95 percent rating (#11); Salesforce’s Marc Benioff, up 2 points to a 94 percent rating (#13); Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, up 13 points to a 93 percent rating (#16); Apple’s Tim Cook, down 4 points to a 93 percent rating (#18); Dell’s Michael Dell, up 9 points to an 81 percent rating #49).


CRTC Shuts Down BCE's Plan To Buy Astral

By Dave Forde / October 19, 2012

Well after the last few months of speculations and a huge about of public out cries, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has denied BCE’s application to acquire control of Astral Media’s television and radio services because i


Q9 Networks Sold To Bell & Investors Group For $1.1 Billion

By Dave Forde / June 4, 2012

Cash is king, and in the information age data is just as important. Today, an investor group that includes Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Teachers), Providence Equity Partners (Providence) and Madison Dearborn Partners LLC (Madison Dearborn), and BCE Inc. (Bell) announced they have acquired 100% of Canadian data centre operator Q9 Networks Inc. for C$1.1 billion.