Verizon to sell stock, debt; Embarq gets rate flexibility in Missouri

> Verizon Communications filed to sell as much as $10 billion worth of common and preferred stock, and debt securities. Article

> The Missouri Public Service Commission allows Embarq to set its own business rates for some cities in the state. Article

> Hewlett-Packard re-boots telco consulting offerings. Article

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