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Verizon Loses 82,000 Pay TV Subs in First Quarter

The telecom giant also posts its latest results for its Verizon Media unit, which includes the likes of Yahoo and AOL.

Verizon Takes $4.6 Billion Write-Down on Oath Unit

Verizon Communications has recorded a steep goodwill impairment charge on its Oath media division.

Tumblr Founder David Karp Steps Down as CEO

Karp sold the blogging platform to Yahoo in 2013 for $1.1 billion.

Yahoo Now Says Every Account Impacted by 2013 Breach

The company had previously said only 1 billion accounts were affected.

Verizon-Yahoo Merger’s New Plan Starts With 2,100 Layoffs

With the $4.5 billion deal officially closed, changes at the telecom giant's new division Oath are expected to come swiftly.

Verizon Closes $4.5B Yahoo Acquisition, Marissa Mayer Resigns

Tim Armstrong becomes CEO of the new Oath, which combines the telecom giant's online assets with Yahoo's.

Megan Liberman to Leave Yahoo News After Sale

The 'New York Times' veteran joined Yahoo News as editor-in-chief in 2013.

Tim Armstrong Lays Out Leadership Team for Combined AOL, Yahoo

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and other high-profile executives from the internet company are not among those named in Armstrong's memo to staff.

Marissa Mayer to Depart Merged Yahoo, AOL (Report)

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong confirmed the rebranding.

Twitter Joins NewFronts as Yahoo Drops Out

Twitter will showcase its live programing and original content deals, while Yahoo will instead hold a series of local events.

Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer Could Get $23M Exit Payment, Ex-IAC Executive Will Become CEO After Verizon Deal

She will stay in charge until the deal close when Thomas McInerney takes over the remaining business, which includes a stake in China's Alibaba and Yahoo Japan, under the name Altaba.

Marissa Mayer Gives Up Annual Bonus After Massive Yahoo Hack

Yahoo's general counsel also resigned due to the security lapses.