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Verizon jumps on the AI-security bandwagon

Verizon’s venture capitalist arm has started throwing its weight around the security arena, pumping cash into artificial intelligence start-up SparkCognition.

Yahoo deal deprives Verizon of another $500mn

Verizon execs should be pleased with the discount it seemingly bullied out of Yahoo in recent months, as the company will take a $500 million pre-tax charge relating severance, acquisition and integration costs.

Verizon misplaces 289k customers

Sometimes when you go against industry trends it works out for you and sometimes it flops. Verizon’s move to avoid the raise to bottom has now been confirmed as a flop.

Verizon drops a billion bucks on fibre with Corning

US operator giant Verizon has committed to buy at least 12 million miles of fibre per year for the next three years in a move it hopes will be interpreted as a statement of investment intent.

AOL + Yahoo = Oath. Seriously

Verizon has taken a step away from the Yahoo security saga of the last year, after renaming its newly formed AOL-Yahoo media business Oath.

Vestberg volunteers for Verizon venture

In a classic poacher-turned-gamekeeper move, former Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg is going to head up Verizon’s newly-formed Network and Technology team.

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