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  2. Verizon Media to be acquired by Apollo Funds | About Verizon

    www.verizon.com/about/news/verizon-media-be-acquired-apollo-funds

    One of the world’s premier global technology and media companies, Verizon Media is comprised of iconic brands such as Yahoo and AOL, as well as leading ad tech and media platform businesses. The corporate carveout will allow Verizon Media to aggressively pursue growth areas and stands to benefit its employees, advertisers, publishing partners and nearly 900 million monthly active users worldwide.

  3. News about Verizon Media Group | About Verizon

    www.verizon.com/about/news/news-about-verizon-media-group

    Moments ago we made an important announcement. We’ve entered into an agreement with a leading global investment manager, Apollo, to acquire Verizon Media. While this is a bittersweet moment, Verizon will maintain a minority stake in the new company, which upon deal closing will be called Yahoo. This is a big step forward for our Media team.

  4. Private equity firm Apollo to buy Verizon Media assets for $5B,...

    techcrunch.com/2021/05/03/private-equity-firm-apollo

    Following several days of negotiation and rumors, Verizon today announced that it has entered an agreement to sell its media assets to private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $5 billion.

  5. Verizon says Oath is dead. Meet Verizon Media Group. - NBC News

    www.nbcnews.com/news/all/verizon-says-oath-dead-meet-verizon-media-group-n949631

    Verizon said Tuesday that it's killing off its Oath media brand exactly a week after it told federal regulators that the multibillion-dollar company it built from its purchases of Yahoo and AOL ...

  6. How Verizon Media Became A Growth Company - forbes.com

    www.forbes.com/sites/bradadgate/2021/03/11/how-verizon-media-became-a-growth...

    Verizon Media is a tech and media company with global assets for advertisers, consumers and media companies. Iván Markman, Chief Business Officer discusses their recent success and future...

  7. Best Version Media distributes millions of publications every year to local neighborhoods. Our magazines bring people together by focusing on positive, inspiring stories about neighbors in your community. We highlight families, nonprofits, community events, youth sports and much more in our monthly publications. Our Publishers are committed to serving business owners and residents every month with a beautiful magazine that reflects the pride and integrity of the neighborhood it represents.

  8. Verizon is reportedly considering a sale of its media assets,...

    news.yahoo.com/verizon-reportedly-considering-sale-media-205009015.html

    Verizon Communications is considering selling it's media assets, according to the Wall Street Journal. The sale, if it happens, would include Yahoo and AOL. Private-equity firm Apollo Global Management Inc. is said to be involved, the sources told The Journal. See more stories on Insider's business page.

  9. Verizon is selling its media business for $5 billion - Yahoo!...

    news.yahoo.com/verizon-media-sale-yahoo-apollo-funds-122155517.html

    Verizon has agreed a deal to sell its "Verizon Media" unit — including Engadget — to the investment firm Apollo Global Management for $5 billion. Verizon will retain a 10-percent stake in the company, which will be named Yahoo. Verizon Media was the result of several acquisitions the telecoms giant made in an attempt to become a major player in the online advertising market.

  10. Verizon Media | LinkedIn

    www.linkedin.com/company/verizon-media

    Verizon Media DSP Demand Side Platforms (DSP) Digital advertising for global brands. Native, programmatic & display ad buying.

  11. As Verizon Media continues to track and respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the safety of our employees, customers, and communities continues to be our top priority. We are continuously monitoring developments and believe the steps we are taking will enable us to provide effective service to our customers while maintaining the well-being of our team members.