Nadir Mohamed Named CEO of Rogers

April 4th, 2009


Monday, March 30, 2009 marked the appointment of Nadir Mohamed as President and CEO of Rogers Communications.  Mohadmed previously held the position of President and was the Chief Operating Officer of the mobile and cable division at Rogers since May 2005.  Nadir oversaw the acquisition of Microcell and migrated the brand to Fido Solutions.  Before beginning his career at Rogers in 2000 he partook in many senior executive assignments at B.C. Telcom, including the launch of the company’s wireless and data networking division.

“To succeed a visionary business titan like Ted Rogers and to lead a
company that has an asset mix as unique and powerful as Rogers’ is a rare and
exciting opportunity,” said Nadir Mohamed, President and Chief Executive
Officer, Rogers Communications Inc. “We have the brand, the technology
platforms, the financial strength, and tremendously talented employees to
continue this company’s success well into the future.”

Read the complete press release from Rogers here.

Source: CNW Group


Entry Filed under: Canadian Wireless Industry,Carrier News,Fido Telephony,Rogers Wireless

1 Comment Add your own

    GhostPiLL  |  April 15th, 2009 at 4:27 pm

    I’m about 99.9% sure those glasses are photoshopped. ;)

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