Dude, you've got like thirteen hundred bucks tied up in FTR....if it bothers you this much then sell it.
FTR has never had union problems, and my relationship with FTR goes back a ways.
STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Frontier Communications Corporation (FTR) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AFL-CIO (IBEW) and its Local Unions 89 and 543 in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington have reached a new collective bargaining Agreement through binding Interest Arbitration. The new Agreement covers approximately 1,000 employees, is effective immediately and expires in May 2017. The covered workforce includes technicians, call center consultants, and many other employees who support Frontier’s operations locally and across the country.
For the T-Conn acquisition next month....
All have vast experience and most have advanced degrees.
Frontier Communications Appoints Eric Barie Senior Vice President of Illinois-Barie earned a Master in Business Administration from Champlain College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing with a minor in Accounting from State University of New York College at Plattsburgh.
Frontier Communications Appoints Michael C. Flynn President of Mid-Atlantic Region-Flynn earned a bachelor’s degree in Applied Science/Engineering from the U.S. States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Prior to joining Frontier, he served on active duty as an officer in the U.S. Navy and later in the Naval Reserves, attaining the rank of lieutenant commander. His service included missions in the Persian Gulf and 13 countries.
Frontier Communications Appoints Ken Arndt President of New East Region-Arndt earned his B.S. in marketing from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and his MBA in marketing from Middlesex School of Business.
Well, I Googled it and found a few lists. FTR wasn't on any of them.
You people are sheep and will believe anything someone posts.
2. Express Scripts
4. Dollar General
5. Radio Shack
3. Radio Shack
5. Office Max
7. Robert Half
9. Rite Aid
11. BNY Mellon
lets hope its a good thing....
How can it not be?
T no longer wanted this property, and FTR was willing to buy it. T-Conn workers should be very grateful that FTR wanted to buy them.
Which means neither side got everything they wanted.
A compromise, but an agreement never the less.
Promoted from within. Mike Flynn is a 25 year employee of FTR.
Most recently, as President of Frontier Illinois, Flynn led operations in 552 towns across the state and oversaw broadband expansions that increased availability from 60 percent in 2010 to 85 percent of households Frontier serves. Previously, he was Vice President and General Manager for Frontier’s Midwest operations, responsible for all customer support and operational aspects for Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska, and Vice President, Field Operations, for the Great Lakes area including Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
His earlier assignments included director of Customer Operations in Indiana and regional director for Installation/Repair, Sales and Marketing for the FiOS network in Fort Wayne, Ind. He joined Frontier Communications in 1989 in New York as a Local Manager and held positions of increasing responsibility in customer services, support services, sales, marketing and operations.