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Rogers Communications CEO
Born: 1956, Tanzania
Now lives in Canada
Mohamed spent his childhood in Tanzania, the son of Ismaili Muslim parents originally from India. The family later emigrated to Canada and Mohamed studied accounting at the University of British Columbia. He joined Rogers (RCI), one of Canada's top telecom carriers, in 2000 and took the CEO job of the Toronto-based company in March of this year.