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FairPoint emerges from Chapter 11

As expected, FairPoint Communications (Other OTC: FRCMQ.PK) has finally completed its restructuring process and emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Through this restructuring process,

Hawaiian Telcom completes Chapter 11 reorganization

Hawaiian Telcom has officially emerged from Chapter 11, according to its reorganization plan that was previously approved by the bankruptcy court. The service provider previously also previously

Hawaiian Telcom's reorganization plan gets PUC approval

Hawaiian Telcom will now finally be able to emerge from bankruptcy as the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission approved its reorganization plan. The PUC's ruling follows FCC approval of the plan last

Hawaiian Telcom's restructuring plan gets FCC approval

Hawaiian Telcom (HawTel) cleared its first hurdle in emerging from bankruptcy as the FCC approved its reorganization plan. With the FCC's approval in place, the service provider, which filed for

Hawaiian Telecom bankruptcy exit OK despite TWC objections

The FCC blessed Hawaiian Telecom's (HawTel's) bankruptcy exit despite objections by the state's biggest (and only) cable operator a resurgent telco could pave the way for anti-competitive behavior.

2009 Year in review: FairPoint files for bankruptcy protection

FairPoint's troubles with the acquisition of Verizon's New England-region phone lines began not long after they flipped the switch from Verizon to take over the systems and they failed to transfer

Cable takes aim at Frontier's impending Verizon acquisition

Frontier may be set to become the fifth largest ILEC if its deal to purchase Verizon's rural lines meets final state regulatory approvals, but in the meantime cable operators are wasting no time

Cerberus gets a slice of Hawaiian Telcom

Bankrupt Hawaiian Telcom has found a white knight in Cerberus Capital Management. The New York-based private equity company has agreed to help pay down the company's debt with the promise that they

Frontier reports lackluster Q3 performance

Appearances are everything even in telecom. Just as it prepares to swallow up a major portion of Verizon's rural lines in 14 states, Frontier's earnings are not exactly painting a pretty picture to

Hawaiian Telcom up for grabs after judge's ruling

ILEC Sandwich Isles Communications wants to play with the big boys and is taking its best shot, trying to buy Hawaiian Telcom out of bankruptcy for $400 million. The private company, based in