|Day's Range||18.60 - 19.20|
|52 Week Range||16.05 - 25.65|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.45|
|Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Hawaiian Telcom Inc. (HCOM) is merging with Cincinnati Bell in deal worth $650 million, the two companies announced Monday. The merger between Hawaiian Telecom (HCOM) and Cincinnati Bell is a cash-and-stock transaction, with Bell paying each Hawaiian Telcom shareholder either $30.75 in cash per share, or 1.6 shares of Cincinnati Bell (CBB) stock per one share of Hawaiian Telcom stock, or a mix of $18.45 in cash and 0.65 shares of Bell stock. Hawaiian Telcom, the state's largest telecommunications company, provides home phone, internet and other telecom services across the Islands.
Cincinnati Bell Inc. announced Monday that it is merging with a Hawaiian telecom provider, as well as acquiring a Toronto-based IT company. Bell (CBB) announced early Monday morning that it is merging with Hawaiian Telcom Inc. (HCOM) and acquiring Toronto-based OnX Enterprise Solutions. The merger with Hawaiian Telecom represents a $650 million transaction, with Bell paying each Hawaiian Telcom shareholder either $30.75 in cash per share, or 1.6 shares of Cincinnati Bell stock per one share of Hawaiian Telcom stock, or a mix of $18.45 in cash and 0.65 shares of Bell stock.