DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Colorado’s two biggest telecom employers have combined into one company.
CenturyLink Inc. completed its $24 billion stock-and-cash acquisition of Broomfield-based Level 3 Communications on Wednesday morning.
The merger turns Monroe, Louisiana-based local phone and internet business CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) into a company that makes most of its money providing data and network services to business and internet companies around the world.
The deal, valued at $34 billion when debt is included, was announced a year ago and cleared its final federal regulatory hurdle -- approval by the Federal Communications Commission -- on Monday.
The deal means one less corporate headquarters in Colorado and one less Fortune 500 company.
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