Katie is a senior reporter at Proactive Investors. She is an award-winning journalist for outlets including the Ottawa Citizen, the CBC, NPR, The Toronto Star and the Institute for War and Peace Reporting. Katie has reported from countries around the globe — including Uganda, South Sudan, DRC, Somalia, Colombia, China and more. She was a recipient of the Goff Penny Award for Young Canadian Journalists, the Diane King Stuemer Fellowship and the IDRC Award for International Development Journalism. More recently, she worked as a director at Discourse Media. Previously, she worked in a senior communications role with Canada’s largest investment bank, RBC Global Asset Management. Katie holds both a Bachelor and Master of Journalism Degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
The company said it has entered into a share purchase agreement with FAS Entertainment B.C. Ltd., Saudi FAS Holding Company, and Billy Games Company Ltd. (FAS) to buy back 10,650,000 of the company's common shares.
The new relationship provides access to an exclusive area within RESAAS, specifically for conducting referrals within the United States.
The Woburn, Massachusetts-based group reported earnings of US$1.57 per share on revenues of US$894.3mln for the three months to June 29, 2018, better than consensus forecasts.
The company said service interruptions related to labour negotiations and strike notices caused its net income to decrease 10% in the second quarter despite higher revenues.
Earnings topped second-quarter estimates amidst solid revenue growth and improving operating efficiencies.
Comcast announced its cash offer has been recommended by Sky’s independent committee of directors and that it has committed financing required for the deal.