Diversified Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Qwest Corp.
Qwest Corporation, an integrated communications company, provides communications services to residential, business, governmental, and wholesale customers in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The company offers broadband services that allow customers to connect to Internet through existing telephone lines or fiber-optic cables; private line services for directly connecting two or more sites; Ethernet services, including point-to-point and multi-point configurations that facilitate data transmissions in metropolitan areas and wide area networks, as well as to provide transmission services...
100 CenturyLink Drive
Monroe, LA 71203
Founded in 1911
Key Executives for Qwest Corp.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and Director
Chief Accounting Officer, Executive Vice President and Controller
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Director
Senior Vice President and Treasurer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Qwest Corp. Key Developments
Courts Grants Preliminary Approval for Class-Action Settlement in the Lawsuit Files Against Sprint, Qwest, Level 3, and WilTel Communications
Oct 22 14
The following class-action Settlement is being announced by Court-approved Notice-program designer, Kinsella Media LLC: Courts have granted preliminary approval for a class-action Settlement involving fiber-optic cable and related telecommunications equipment that has been installed in railroad Rights of Way. This Settlement resolves a lawsuit in Texas, and will provide cash benefits to current and former owners of land next to or under the Rights of Way. Sprint, Qwest, Level 3, and WilTel Communications, the Defendants, are telecommunications companies. Plaintiffs allege that, before installing the fiber-optic cable and related telecommunications equipment, the Defendants also were required to obtain consent from those landowners who owned the land under the Rights of Way. The Defendants contend that the railroads had the right to allow them to use the Rights of Way without the need for further permission from the adjoining landowners and deny any wrongdoing. Class Members include current or previous owners of land next to or under a railroad Right of Way, at any time since the cable was installed in the state of Texas.
Qwest Completes Sale of $500 Million of its Unsecured 6.875% Notes Due 2054
Sep 30 14
Qwest has completed its sale of $500 million of its unsecured 6.875% notes due 2054. Qwest expects to receive net proceeds from the sale of the notes of about $483 million. The net proceeds will be used, together with available cash or additional borrowings from CenturyLink or one of its affiliates, to retire at maturity on Oct. 1 all $600 million of Qwest's outstanding 7.5% notes, including the payment of accrued and unpaid interest thereon of about $23 million.
Acacia Subsidiary Enters into Settlement and License Agreement with CenturyTel Broadband Services and Qwest Corporation
Apr 2 14
Acacia Research Corporation announced that its Brandywine Communications Technologies LLC subsidiary has entered into a settlement and patent license agreement with CenturyTel Broadband Services, LLC, and Qwest Corporation. The agreement resolves all disputes between Brandywine and certain Century Link affiliates pending in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Civil Action No. 6:12-cv-286-CEH-DAB.
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