CenturyTel, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) and Embarq Corporation (NYSE: EQ) announced that their Boards of Directors have approved a definitive agreement under which CenturyTel will acquire EMBARQ in a tax free, stock-for-stock transaction …
CenturyTel, a provider of local phone and Internet services, agreed to buy Embarq, its larger competitor and a spinoff from Sprint Nextel, for about $5.76 billion in stock, excluding debt. The deal was announced Monday morning, confirming a …
Update on May 29, 2009: CenturyTel has received clearance from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission to acquire all of the outstanding common stock in Embarq. The …
... of incorporation to increase the authorized number of shares of CenturyTel common stock from 350 million to 800 million. Combined, CenturyTel and EMBARQ will have an operating presence in 33 states, nearly eight million access …
Embarq Corp. announced today the expectations of being acquired by telecommunications company CenturyTel in a tax free, stock-for-stock transaction. Embarq is the largest land-line phone provider in Southern Nevada. It was created two …
CenturyTel, a provider of local phone and Internet services, agreed on Monday to buy Embarq, its larger rival and a spinoff from Sprint Nextel, for about $5.76 billion in stock, in one of the first significant nonfinancial mergers since the onset of …
CenturyTel, the country’s fifth-largest local phone company, said two weeks ago it would buy Qwest, the third largest, for stock now worth $10.1 billion. So far, the idea hasn’t paid off for CenturyTel shareholders, who saw the stock drop 7 …
... and Embarq has agreed to merge where CenturyTel the people who provide local phone and internet services agreed to buy Embarq who are the spinoff from Sprint Nextel for around about $5.76 billion in stock, excluding debt This new deal …