On the heels of a bankruptcy that wiped out billions of dollars owed to creditors, a new regulatory filing reveals Frontier Communications estimates it paid its new executive chairman $48.5 million in 2021 — the highest total disclosed this year by a publicly traded company based in Connecticut.
Frontier operates the historic southern New England telephone network that dates back to the earliest days of the telephone, with its eastern operations center in New Haven where SNET was based.
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