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Sprint Corp's senior vice president in charge of network infrastructure is leaving the company, the latest in a series of executive reshuffles following the acquisition of the wireless carrier by Japan's SoftBank Corp last year. Bob Azzi, a 26-year
Professional mixed martial arts is returning to CenturyLink Arena, starting May 16 with four pro fights and six amateur bouts on the undercard. Tickets are on sale for $15 (general admission upper bowl), $30 (reserved seats lower bowl) and $50 (floor
investors overreact to the company's recent earnings? If the company outperformed its peers or reported stronger than expected cash flow it might make sense for the stock to rise. However, there are at least four reasons to believe that Frontier's
Telecommunications company CenturyLink is expanding the width and depth of its public cloud, putting it in a better position to compete with more prominent cloud providers. CenturyLink said today it will expand its cloud infrastructure footprint in
Colorado Public Utilities Commission Chairman Joshua Epel wants to designate areas served by 56 CenturyLink wire centers as competitive, noting that numerous other providers offer phone service at rates comparable to CenturyLink in those areas.
Analysts have held steady in recent months on their views for Frontier earnings, keeping both quarterly and full-year 2014 projections unchanged. The stock has also been largely flat, falling just 1% since mid-November. Frontier's third-quarter
CenturyLink said the $1.55 surcharge is related to voice mail and inside wiring maintenance. The company states on its website that only customers who subscribe to those services will be required to pay the fee. Inside wiring maintenance covers the "
Lisa Sorensen of Grand Mound said her missing dog, Ellie, is blond, 2 years old, weighs 10 pounds and has an underbite. Ellie is a Shorkie, a cross between a Shih Tzu and the Yorkshire Terrier. The family arrived in Seattle about 9 a.m Wednesday with
The centerpiece of the renovation is an airy, glass-enclosed marble lobby anchored by the mammoth oil painting "Red River" by New York artist Pat Steir. Building owner Brookfield Office Properties undertook the remodeling project after it bought 1801
Idaho (AP) Idaho may be forced to repay $13.3 million to the federal government and might never recover another $14.5 million that Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter is now recommending the state inject into a $60 million education broadband project mired in a