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Qwest's Euteneuer will not transfer to Sprint until CenturyLink merger is complete Qwest's Euteneuer will not transfer to Sprint until CenturyLink merger is completeQwest's Euteneuer will not transfer to Sprint until CenturyLink merger is complete

 

16 November 2010

Sprint may have found the right candidate to replace current CFO Bob Brust in Qwest's Joseph Euteneuer, but it looks like they must wait until CenturyLink completes their merger with the RBOC.
Even though Euteneuer will leave the combined CenturyLink/Qwest when it completes its merger, he expressed a strong desire to see his company though the deal.
According to the report, Dan Hesse, Sprint's CEO, told the company's board that Euteneuer "is the guy [Sprint officials] are interested in."
Current Sprint CFO Bob Brust said he would like to leave Sprint by no later than May 2011. The catch is that since the CenturyLink-Qwest deal might not be finalized until the middle of next year, Euteneuer who has been Qwest's CFO since 2008--might not be able to join Sprint until next June, the report said.
The delay to hire a new financial chief puts Sprint into a bit of limbo. Sprint not only has $1.65 billion in debt due in January and $2.75 billion due in 2012, but also a multibillion-dollar network modernization project.
During last week's Wells Fargo Securities 2010 Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, Euteneuer said that the two management teams have put together their financial and billing integration plans, but many of the benefits won't be seen until the deal is complete.

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