Windstream Seeks $30 Million in Revenue Bonds for Little Rock Data Center

by Robert Bell  on Wednesday, Apr. 27, 2011 10:56 am  

"While residential revenues will likely continue to decline, we would expect to see enterprise revenue more than offset this with improved organic growth," McCarver wrote.

"We continue to like WIN going into 1Q11 results and see upside to management’s guidance for revenue over the course of FY11 as the Company leverages the recent acquisitions of KDL and Hosted Solutions to generate higher revenue in" the second half of 2011, he wrote.

Windstream will report its first quarter results May 4, the same day as its annual stockholders meeting, which will take place at 11 a.m. at the Capital Hotel in Little Rock.  

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