Rogers - Companies

Companies

  • Rogers Communications, a Canadian media corporation
    • Rogers Cable, cable provider
    • Rogers Telecom, provider of integrated communications solutions provider of data, e-business and voice services
    • Rogers Hi-Speed Internet, Canadian internet service provider
    • Rogers Personal TV, Canadian television service provider
    • Rogers Home Phone, Canadian telephone service provider
    • Rogers Wireless, Canadian mobile phone service provider
    • Rogers Sportsnet, Canadian cable sports channel
    • Rogers Media, media, print and publisher
  • Rogers Corporation, an American manufacturer of specialty materials such as laminates
  • Rogers Drums, a drum manufacturer
  • Rogers International, the British brand name for a Chinese audio electronics manufacturer
  • Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works, a major steam locomotive manufacturing company in the 19th century
  • Rogers Vacuum Tube Company
  • Rogers Sugar, a Canadian sugar refining company

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