Windstream reported $10 million in net income for the fourth quarter, saying revenue grew 27% from a year earlier as operating income rose 79%. Broadband and business revenues accounted for 70% of the telecom's total revenue. CEO Jeff Gardner said Windstream would support its current dividend and outlined the company's 2013 objectives. The Arkansas-based company wants to make "targeted investments" in its enterprise units, finish its fiber-to-the-tower and broadband stimulus projects, and curb debt.
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