The co-founder and former chairman of Mitel's board of directors is left without a role following the close of the firm's acquisition last week
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An airline serving Canada’s north, the developer behind Amazon’s massive east-end warehouse and a crop of the capital’s fastest-growing tech firms are among this year’s BOBs winners
Spooner’s role in Mitel’s ascent, along with his wide-ranging background as a tech executive, made him a clear-cut choice to be the first recipient of the CFO of the Year award
Financial filings show the board’s concerns about Mitel’s ability to execute on its on-premise-to-cloud strategy as a publicly-traded company
Kanata telecom firm sees rising revenues from expanding cloud business, ShoreTel integration.
Mitel is “firing on all cylinders” heading into 2016, CFO Steve Spooner said after the Ottawa communications system provider reported record 2015 fourth-quarter revenues Thursday.
Steven Spooner announced this week he is leaving the board of directors at Ottawa-based Magor Corporation, effective immediately.
Mitel’s second-quarter results were “significantly impacted” by foreign currency fluctuations, the Ottawa-based company’s chief financial officer said Thursday.