Joe Nacchio, the former CEO of Qwest who was convicted on 19 counts of insider trading in 2007, took one step towards his release from prison by entering a New York-based halfway house.
CenturyLink is ready to move its Prism TV IPTV service into Phoenix, CEO-President Glenn Post said during a third quarter earnings announcement Wednesday.
CenturyLink wants to set up an IPTV video franchise in Centennial, Colo., according to a municipal official who said the telco/IPTV service provider expressed interest in the city at the end of August but hasn't yet submitted official paperwork.
CenturyLink is returning--if it ever really left--to its Colorado roots in seeking to deliver IPTV service in Colorado Springs.
CenturyLink's (NYSE: CTL) Qwest subsidiary has increased the size of its debt buyback offer to $1.08 billion as part of a move to reduce its interest payments. The new tender offer follows word that
CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) has made it official that it's going to extend its Prism IPTV service into the former Qwest territory with plans to bring it into one or two markets this year. Ewing
In today's spotlight, FierceTelecom takes a look at the "worst wireline CEOs of all time." Adelphia founder John Rigas is the only cable executive included in the list, which also features WorldCom's
CenturyLink's (NYSE: CTL) plan to transform itself from a small town landline telco and into a major national and international player via acquisitions showed signs of paying off in Q3 2011 as
When CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) completed its acquisition of Qwest this past April, one of the glaring shortcomings that emerged in its Q2 2011 earnings report was a drop in broadband subscribers.
CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) continues to receive compensation for providing low-cost phone service in hard-to-reach areas of Colorado, but the state would like to change that. Under the High Cost Support