#1 — Windstream Bankruptcy Exit/New Channel Chief
A trio of Windstream
stories, in aggregate, combine as No. 1 for December.
The most-read was this one
on the company asking for more time – a lot more, perhaps stretching into Fall 2020 – before exiting chapter 11 bankruptcy. Keep in mind that the business communications behemoth filed chapter 11 way back in February 2019 after losing a $310 million judgment to creditors being sued by a capital management firm over its decision to spin off copper wire and fiber cable business into a real estate investment trust.
Then came a court ruling
saying Windstream would have to file its reorganization plan by April.
And finally, Edward Gately's profile of Matt Milliron, Windstream's new channel chief, that we published the last week of November.
"The timeline for emerging from restructuring is still speculative, but what I can share is that the organization is executing on our operational priorities and continually working to provide our partners and customers the care and support they deserve," Milliron told us