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Yahoo and AOL will form Oath, a new company, under Verizon

by Marielle Segarra Jun 13, 2017
Verizon is expected to close on its $4.4 billion acquisition of Yahoo today after nearly a year of negotiations. Verizon will combine Yahoo with its property AOL to create Oath, the largest digital media company in the United States, with…

Companies are pulling ads from YouTube to protect their brands

by Adriene Hill Mar 23, 2017
Multiple U.S. companies are pulling their ads from YouTube over offensive material. AT&T, Verizon and Johnson & Johnson’s decision follows other companies here and abroad that will stop advertising until Google can guarantee their ads won’t run before videos containing…

FCC set to rule on cable 'set-top boxes'

by Adam Allington Sep 29, 2016
The FCC vote could pave the way for app-based streaming of all cable programming.
The FCC will vote Thursday on the future of TV set-top boxes.
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Comcast to become a wireless carrier in 2017

by Adam Allington Sep 21, 2016
As cord-cutting increases, Comcast is seeking revenue elsewhere.
Comcast's move into wireless will help it compete with other companies like AT&T and Verizon.
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RIP Yahoo, 1994 to 2016

by Mark Garrison Jul 25, 2016
Launched in the early days of the web, it never figured out the next new thing.
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Verizon to purchase Yahoo for $4.8 billion

by Lewis Wallace Jul 25, 2016
The phone company is vying for Yahoo users in an effort to ramp up digital ad revenue.
Verizon is snagging Yahoo's core business for nearly $5 billion.
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Is Yahoo's Internet business worth $3 billion?

by Mark Garrison Jun 7, 2016
That depends on who's buying it, and what they'll do with it.
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Verizon's deal puts more U.S. call centers to work

by Kimberly Adams May 31, 2016
The company's bringing 1,400 new jobs to the East Coast, and there are some advantages to running call centers in the U.S.
A call center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2003.
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Verizon strike underscores changes in telecom

by Annie Baxter May 16, 2016
Landline services are declining. About 40,000 workers are protesting cost-cutting measures.
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How buying Yahoo would help Verizon reshape itself

by Mark Garrison Apr 18, 2016
Speculation abounds on whether or not the nation's leading wireless service carrier should purchase the struggling Internet giant.
Verizon is looking to buy Yahoo. 
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