Longtime wireless industry executive Nadir Mohamed will have his work cut out for him as he steps into the CEO’s role at Rogers Communications Inc. as it grapples with a weak economy, new competitors and the loss of the company’s legendary founder.
Analysts say Mohamed, who shifted into the position immediately after the company made it official earlier this week, brings with him years of experience that will help Rogers face heightened competition in the wireless industry as new competitors enter the market.
Mohamed, 52, had been widely considered a front-runner as CEO to replace company founder Ted Rogers, who died in December.
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