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Cincinnati Bell advances revenues in Q3, reiterates FY outlook

Thursday 8 November 2018 | 17:17 CET | News
Cincinnati Bell reiterated its full year forecast after reporting higher revenues and a strong adjusted EBITDA in the third quarter. The company completed its merger with Hawaiian Telcom on 2 July, with the new operations reporting USD 87 million in revenues and adjusted EBITDA of USD 23 million.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Cincinnati Bell / Hawaiian Telcom
Countries: United States
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