Qwest's Euteneuer named as Sprint's new CFO

Sprint (NYSE: S) made it official today that Qwest's (NYSE: Q) Joseph Euteneuer will become its new CFO, taking over the reins from Bob Brust, who is retiring from the company.

Euteneuer will officially begin his duties as Sprint's CFO once Qwest completes its merger with CenturyLink-a process that could take a number of to complete as it seeks approval from the FCC and other states.

Credited as one of Qwest's turnaround men, Euteneuer joined Qwest in September 2008 following his stint as CFO of XM Satellite Radio.

Brust, who joined Sprint in May 2008, will continue to serve as Sprint's CFO until Euteneuer officially takes up the post.  

For more:
- see the release
- Bloomberg has this article

Related articles:
Qwest's Euteneuer: Service provider industry consolidation was necessary
Qwest's Euteneuer won't join Sprint until CenturyLink merger is complete
Qwest makes its fiber work for wireless backhaul, consumer broadband, business
Qwest's (NYSE: Q) Q3 landline losses offset by broadband gains

Suggested Articles

Deutsche Telekom's T-Systems subsidiary has deployed VMware's disaster-recovery-as-a-service platform on its Dynamic Services for Infrastructure (DSI…

Google is investing 3 billion euros ($3.3 billion) to expand the company's data footprint across Europe over the next two years.

When it comes to its fiber deployments, Verizon is hitting its stride, according to Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg.