Verizon Communications Inc (VZ)

45.04
0.44 0.97
NYSE : Technology
Prev Close 45.48
Open 45.45
Day Low/High 44.85 / 45.49
52 Wk Low/High 44.46 / 56.95
Volume 15.85M
Avg Volume 15.36M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 4.08B
Market Cap 185.53B
EPS 3.20
P/E Ratio 15.21
Div & Yield 2.31 (5.10%)

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Dycom Guides Lower, but Don't Panic

We suspect the culprit to be timing associated with a particular project or two.

AT&T CEO: With Time Warner, We'll Have Almost One Trillion Ad Impressions a Year

AT&T CEO: With Time Warner, We'll Have Almost One Trillion Ad Impressions a Year

AT&T's Randall Stephenson discussed Time Warner's massive trove of ad inventory and how it plans to leverage it at an investor conference on Tuesday.

Sprint CEO Says Merger With T-Mobile Would Create a 'Turbocharged Maverick'

Sprint CEO Says Merger With T-Mobile Would Create a 'Turbocharged Maverick'

Savings and other benefits would be "significantly more" than the $30 billion estimates some have floated, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said.

Verizon CEO: We'll Soon Have Pieces for Our Own Over-the-Top Streaming Video Service

Verizon CEO: We'll Soon Have Pieces for Our Own Over-the-Top Streaming Video Service

5G will allow the telecom giant to provide a streaming service to rival AT&T's DirecTV Now, but Verizon does not have a launch date for it yet.

Green Flag Waves On 5G In Indianapolis

Green Flag Waves On 5G In Indianapolis

- On the eve of the 101st running of Indianapolis 500, Verizon and Ericsson are testing fifth generation (5G) wireless technology in a home in the shadow of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Why Apple's $92B Debt Load Isn't Entirely Harmless

Why Apple's $92B Debt Load Isn't Entirely Harmless

Apple has perfectly good reasons for borrowing so much money and is in no danger of defaulting, but Silicon Valley's use of debt to fund dividends could have limits.

Banks, Retailers, Airlines And More Can Provide Better Customer Service With New App Tool From Verizon Enterprise Solutions

Banks, Retailers, Airlines And More Can Provide Better Customer Service With New App Tool From Verizon Enterprise Solutions

New solution makes it easy for consumers to connect with contact center agents from mobile apps; helps top brands build customer loyalty

Corvex's Meister Turns the Tables on CenturyLink in Level 3 Merger

Corvex's Meister Turns the Tables on CenturyLink in Level 3 Merger

Some shareholders cheer as Corvex's Keith Meister pushes to remake CenturyLink in Level 3's image. A brutal proxy contest could lie ahead if CenturyLink's cozy board doesn't comply.

Brit + Co Raises $15 Million In Series C Funding

Brit + Co Raises $15 Million In Series C Funding

From Verizon, Investment Will Support Revenue Diversification, Editorial Expansion, and New Content Formats

Cramer: Getting Soaked in a Selloff

Cramer: Getting Soaked in a Selloff

Since it's been a while, let's review the rules of what to do.

It's OK to Just Not Play

It's OK to Just Not Play

Let other people worry about stocks like TSLA.

After Tesla Acquisition, Musk's Cousin to Leave SolarCity -- Tech Roundup

After Tesla Acquisition, Musk's Cousin to Leave SolarCity -- Tech Roundup

Lyndon Rive, a co-founder and former CEO for SolarCity, is leaving Tesla to start another company next year.

Closing Bell: Co-Founder Biz Stone Returns to Twitter; Nasdaq at Fresh Records

Closing Bell: Co-Founder Biz Stone Returns to Twitter; Nasdaq at Fresh Records

The S&P 500 retreats from records as crude oil pulls back from recent two-week highs.

Nasdaq Posts Fresh Record but S&P 500, Dow Retreat as Retail Earnings Disappoint

Nasdaq Posts Fresh Record but S&P 500, Dow Retreat as Retail Earnings Disappoint

The S&P 500 retreats from records on Tuesday as crude oil pulls back from recent two-week highs and a series of disappointing retail earnings hurts the consumer sector.

S&P 500 Falls as Crude Oil Turns Lower, Dick's and TJX Disappoint

S&P 500 Falls as Crude Oil Turns Lower, Dick's and TJX Disappoint

Stocks hold mixed on Tuesday as crude oil turns lower, while disappointments from Dick's Sporting Goods and TJX Companies drag on the consumer sector.

Yahoo! to Buy Back $3 Billion in Stock Ahead of Verizon Merger

Yahoo! to Buy Back $3 Billion in Stock Ahead of Verizon Merger

Yahoo! shares were rising premarket.

Outages Hit Verizon's Wireless Network

Outages Hit Verizon's Wireless Network

Can you hear me now? For subscribers in some Verizon markets, the answer Monday morning was no.

Why Pandora's Days as a Standalone Company Might Be Numbered

Why Pandora's Days as a Standalone Company Might Be Numbered

Pandora built a popular internet radio service just as listeners transitioned to on-demand streaming. Has time finally run out on CEO Tim Westergren?

Yahoo! Security Chief Details How Firm Fell Victim to One of Biggest Hacks in History

Yahoo! Security Chief Details How Firm Fell Victim to One of Biggest Hacks in History

Yahoo!'s chief of security Bob Long discussed the massive 2014 hack of user data, but said it may never know who was responsible for an earlier attack in 2013.

Service Interruptions Hit Verizon Wireless on Monday

Service Interruptions Hit Verizon Wireless on Monday

Verizon Wireless customers are facing service outages on Monday in New York and Atlanta, according to mobile network monitoring websites.

Verizon Launches Retail Notes Program

Verizon Launches Retail Notes Program

9 High-Profile CEOs Who Actually Write Their Own Tweets and Are Worth Following

9 High-Profile CEOs Who Actually Write Their Own Tweets and Are Worth Following

Business leaders are using the blue bird to do more than just promote their brand.

9 Iconic Internet Brands That Have Disappeared

9 Iconic Internet Brands That Have Disappeared

Remember GeoCities, Friendster and Ask Jeeves? So do we.

Apple's Creating U.S. Manufacturing Jobs; T-Mobile-Sprint Tie Up? -- Tech Roundup

Apple's Creating U.S. Manufacturing Jobs; T-Mobile-Sprint Tie Up? -- Tech Roundup

Apple's $1 billion jobs fund will put $200 million to work at Corning.

Closing Bell: GlobalStar Soars on Deal Considerations; Retail Sinks Wall Street Again

Closing Bell: GlobalStar Soars on Deal Considerations; Retail Sinks Wall Street Again

Stocks end the session mixed after Nordstrom and J.C. Penney become the latest retail names to report on a weak quarter.

Globalstar Stock Surges on Reports It Could Be Up for Sale

Globalstar Stock Surges on Reports It Could Be Up for Sale

Interest in the satellite communications company has grown following the bidding war that erupted over Straight Path, which also owned wireless spectrum.