Verizon intends to bid for Yahoo's web business next week, according to a Bloomberg report, and Google is considering making an offer as well. But AT&T is out of the running.
AT&T and Verizon are eager to take advantage of the service opportunity in Cuba as the United States has started to lift decades-long restrictions with the island country, but the two telcos take a different view on U.S.-Cuba route policies.
As the FCC proposes new pricing controls over special access services, a new study commissioned by USTelecom argues that the move could have grave consequences on broadband investments and the country's job market.
Verizon completed its sale of wireline properties in three states to Frontier last Friday, leaving it with a wireline footprint concentrated in the Northeast U.S. market. However, financial analyst firm Jefferies says the deal creates headwinds that could affect earnings.
Just over year after making YouTube programmer AwesomenessTV a programming partner ahead of the launch of its mobile video service, Go90, Verizon announced that it has purchased a 24.5 percent stake in the company.
Verizon continued its aggressive expansion into media with the announcement that it will buy a 24.5 percent stake in AwesomenessTV, a digital video company owned by DreamWorks Animation that targets teens and preteens. The deal values AwesomenessTV at $650 million.
New over-the-top player Verizon has purchased a 24.5 percent stake in AwesomenessTV, a youth-focused digital media company that branched out from its original roots as a YouTube multichannel network.
As Windstream begins to deliver its 1 Gbps FTTH service to residential and small businesses in four markets, the service provider is looking for opportunities to ease the installation process by leveraging existing fiber it has built in a number of its rural communities.
Frontier says it's making progress in solving issues in its new wireline properties, but that's little solace to some users who have been without service since the transition began on Friday.
Twitter won the rights to stream NFL Thursday night games online, beating out Verizon, Amazon and others that were bidding for the rights.