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Will Frank Dunn, Google come out this week?

Two of the biggest questions in the high-tech world this week are whether Nortel CEO Frank “Silent Man” Dunn and Google Inc. will provide insight into what's happening with their companies. On Thursday, Nortel will post its first-quarter results, and … Continue reading

CRTC gives in

After being pestered by several carriers, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommmunications Commission has decided to extend the process to create new rules for Internet telephony. Rather than an April 28 deadline for submissions, the CRTC will now give interested parties … Continue reading

Hockey Night in Canada theme song on the Web

By Mark Evans With the playoffs in full swing and three Canadian teams still in contention for the Stanley Cup, hockey fans may be happy to discover they can now buy the theme song from Hockey Night in Canada. For … Continue reading

And the envelope says : Nortel's Q1 results are…..

I'm not sure about you but the suspense about Nortel's first-quarter results is excruciating – okay, that's somewhat melodramatic but you don't get this kind of telecom suspense too often. With Lucent, Motorola and Sony Ericsson posting good quarterly results … Continue reading

CRTC Re-thinks VOIP Process

Looks like the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission may be re-thinking its expedited process to establish new rules for VOIP. Today, it announced an April 28th deadline for industry participants to make submissions has been put on hold. This could … Continue reading

Nortel Beyond the Accounting Woes

Mark Evans Financial Post, April 15 Amid the regulatory investigations into Nortel Networks Corp.'s accounting troubles, there has been little attention paid to the telecom equipment maker's business and the modest improvement happening in an industry recovering from a severe … Continue reading