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Strategies & Market Trends : Speculating in Takeover Targets
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To: richardred who wrote (4188)5/18/2016 9:07:19 AM
From: Rarebird  Read Replies (1) of 7072
 
Until 2008 FRP was a relatively small operator of local phone companies scattered across the country. In 2008, FairPoint more than quadrupled in size by buying Verizon’s landline and internet business in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. They now run a highly successful and profitable high speed internet business there and have built out a very nice fiber optic network.
Some have been disappointed that Fairpoint has not been bought out already. But I continue to see FRP as an acquisition candidate for a larger telecom company seeking to increase its scale and footprint at considerably higher prices.
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