Cincinnati Bell receives final regulatory approval for takeover of Hawaiian Telcom

Ohio-based telecommunications company Cincinnati Bell said on Tuesday that it received the final regulatory approval for its $650 million acquisition of Hawaiian Telcom.

The Federal Communications Commission was the last regulatory body that had to sign off on the merger following earlier approvals from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission and the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs' Cable Television Division.

The acquisition of Hawaiian Telcom also cleared the Hart-Scott-Rodino…

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