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  • Verizon Communications advertising & marketing assignments Profile subscribers click here for full profile Selected Verizon advertising Previous Next Verizon Communications is one of the two leading
  • and was acquired three years later by Verizon. Worldcom had been among the most admired businesses of the 1990s as a result of an astonishing string of acquisitions which turned a small regional phone
  • again for a third time in 2015 when it was acquired by Verizon. When the original dotcom boom was at its peak in 1999, it was the first online company to cross completely into the offline world, using
  • Verizon's new CEO Hans Vestberg unveiled a corporate restructuring that will, among other changes, involve the elimination of the unloved Oath digital media brand. Under the new structure, Verizon's fixed
  • silver lining finally materialised with an offer by Verizon to acquire the main online business for $4.8bn. That was subsequently cast into doubt by revelations of not just one but two massive data hacks
  • their own alliance to push back against the moves by Verizon and AT&T into entertainment programming. Comcast and Charter will share resources and technology as they launch their own branded wireless
  • if only on paper) from a 45% stake in Verizon Wireless of the US. In 2013, after years of on and off negotiation, the group managed to convert that holding into cash, agreeing to sell the shares back
  • In 2011, in an attempt to leapfrog main rival Verizon, AT&T announced plans to acquire smaller competitor T-Mobile USA for $39bn to create a mammoth business with 130m wireless customers. However, the
  • Spectrum Mobile, launched in 2018, is powered by Verizon on an MVNO basis in areas where the company doesn't have its own mobile infrastructure. In addition to third-party cable channels, Spectrum operates
  • As expected, Verizon was the winning bidder in the auction of the main Yahoo business. The telecoms giant has agreed to acquire the struggling online pioneer for $4.83bn, and will merge it with AOL which

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