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CenturyLink Announces Executive Changes

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CenturyLink Inc. (CTL: Quote) 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.

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