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  • 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
  • Tim Armstrong, CEO of Verizon's online division Oath, will depart the company at the end of the year, and will be replaced by Guru Gowrappan, currently president & COO. Armstrong joined Verizon in 2015
  • Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam will surrender that role in August, though he will remain executive chairman until the end of the year, and then become non-executive chairman. His successor will be Hans Vestberg,
  • now head of Verizon's Oath digital media division, which includes both AOL and Yahoo. Armstrong's inclusion on the list was widely recovered across the media, prompting him to respond. In a subsequent
  • attempt to build a stronger competitor to AT&T and Verizon, and rumours began to emerge of renewed discussions early last month. In the past, though, those negotiations have usually fizzled out as a result
  • Microsoft and Verizon's Oath each accounted for just under 12% in 2017 and Amazon for a little over 5%. That left a measly 8% of spend to be shared out among everyone else. And the situation is not expected
  • that currently prevent companies such as AT&T and Verizon from throttling broadband access to selected services and charging extra fees for high quality streaming. There was good news and bad news from
  • go it alone in the shadow of twin giants AT&T and Verizon. T-Mobile is better positioned to thrive than its beleaguered competitor, which continues to lose postpaid subscribers and bleed red ink on its
  • US telecoms giant Verizon has revealed that the massive data hack at Yahoo, whose acquisition it completed earlier this year, affected even more of the web pioneer's customers than previously thought.
  • with the launch of its MVNO mobile service through Verizon. Undeterred, Sprint said it was still considering making a formal offer to shareholders of either Charter or T-Mobile. Don't worry about us,

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