Cogeco says Rogers and Altice engaged in 'bad faith tactics' with acqu...
Cogeco says Rogers and Altice engaged in 'bad faith tactics' with acquisition proposal - MobileSyrup
Cogeco has sent a letter to Rogers and Altice USA stating that the companies engaged in “bad faith tactics” with their acquisition proposal announcement.
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