News and Articles About Verizon
Given the new web properties and brands Verizon acquired, advertisers will have more opportunities than ever before.
Just last month, Verizon bought Yahoo for $4.8 billion, diving into digital media and advertising.
When senior Yahoo executives gathered at a San Jose hotel for a management retreat in the spring of 2006, there was no outward sign of a company in crisis.
The career cell phone executive has been leading the company's quest move beyond its telecom roots.
The purchase will boost Verizon's AOL internet business, which it bought last year for $4.4 billion, as it gains access to Yahoo's ad technology tools.
The biggest U.S. wireless carrier is seeking to challenge the second largest U.S. wireless provider in the third round of bidding.
No committed financing was required for second-round bids, and Yahoo will assemble in the coming days a new shortlist of bidders from which it will solicit binding offers.
How a part-time job turned into a full-time mobile-phone-franchise career.
Yahoo is expected to hold at least one more round of bidding, and the offers could change by the final round, the paper reported.
Traitor! At least, that's what the PR departments at Verizon were likely screaming at their TVs.
A tentative deal between the company and leaders of striking unions includes 1,400 new jobs and pay raises topping 10 percent, the company and unions representing about 40,000 workers said on Monday.
Network technicians and customer service representatives in the company's Fios Internet, telephone and television services units walked off the job on April 13 after contract talks hit an impasse.
Economists said the data did not signal a deterioration in the overall labor market.
Nearly 40,000 employees walked off the job Wednesday.