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CenturyLink Announces Executive Changes

CenturyLink Inc. (CTL) announced the voluntary departure of two executives and the related appointment of three executives to key positions within the company.

The company said that Dennis Huber, executive vice president - network services, will depart the company June 1, 2012. He will be replaced by Maxine Moreau, who currently serves as senior vice president - integration and process improvement, and previously has held leadership positions in various areas of the company, such as information technology, operations and network operations.

Stephanie Comfort, executive vice president - corporate strategy and development, will depart the company July 1, 2012. Matt Beal will assume the role of senior vice president - corporate strategy, product development and chief technology officer. Beal currently serves as senior vice president and chief technology officer, product development and strategy.

Tom McEvoy, senior vice president - integration and process improvement, will assume all integration-related responsibilities previously held by Moreau.

Each of the three newly-named executives will report directly to Post.

by RTT Staff Writer

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