Not much Capital is needed to have a controlling interest in Frontier. Buy the controlling interest and sell it off in chunks. Keep the profitable areas and dump everything else. Someone will buy the other parts.
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No one is going to buy a company losing money, and under a contract with union employees any prospective buyer will wait til bancruptcy and buy only certain pieces. All the large carriers have their own debt trying to upgrade their networks. There is no one to buy you....
Whoever made this post probably has a degree from University of Phoenix like Danny Boy
Fmla really if we had more ibew construction employees are bodies wouldn't be broke down at 42 !!!!
Interesting idea, but not that simple. Each individual piece to be spun off/sold would need approval from all the relevant 3-letter regulatory organizations. They'd see right through that and would not approve.
Anyone that wants to buy FTR at any price is totally brain-dead. The company is full of employees that abuse FMLA, love to go on strike and wreck the infrastructure, and pass-the-buck on all problems they're too lazy to fix. The service areas are full of customers that love to sue, steal from, and complain about the company. Any company that buys FTR is begging to go bankrupt... you might as well stop your wishful thinking.
This may be the stupidest post yet. Nobody will take on the debt burden to get a controlling interest. Keep your day job.