Verizon Media

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Verizon Media is a division of Verizon Communications for its media and online businesses.wikipedia
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Yahoo!

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When Verizon Communications purchased Yahoo!'s business in 2017, it joined AOL and Yahoo!
Yahoo! is an American web services provider headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, and owned by Verizon Media.

Verizon Communications

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Verizon Media is a division of Verizon Communications for its media and online businesses.
AOL and Yahoo were amalgamated into a new division named Oath Inc. (currently known as Verizon Media).

Tim Armstrong (executive)

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purchase were led by Verizon's management team, including Lowell McAdam (CEO), Marni Walden (EVP Product) and Tim Armstrong.
He was formerly the CEO of Oath Inc., a subsidiary of Verizon Communications that serves as the umbrella company of its digital content subdivisions, including AOL and Yahoo!.

Marissa Mayer

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CEO Marissa Mayer resigned.
She would not join the newly combined company, now called Verizon Media (formerly Oath), and announced her resignation on June 13, 2017.

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A year after the completion of the AOL acquisition, Verizon announced a $4.8 billion deal for Yahoo!'s core Internet business, looking to invest in the Internet company's search, news, finance, sports, video, email and Tumblr products.
Verizon Communications acquired Yahoo in June 2017, and placed Yahoo and Tumblr under its Oath subsidiary.

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operations not acquired in the deal were renamed Altaba, a holding company whose primary assets are its 15.5 percent stake in Alibaba Group and 35.5 percent stake in Yahoo! Japan.
Holdings within its newly created division, Oath.

AOL

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Verizon Communications had acquired AOL in 2015.
It is a brand marketed by Verizon Media.

Yahoo! Japan

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operations not acquired in the deal were renamed Altaba, a holding company whose primary assets are its 15.5 percent stake in Alibaba Group and 35.5 percent stake in Yahoo! Japan.
In 2017, Verizon Communications purchased the core internet business of America-based Yahoo!, and merged them into Oath, Inc. Yahoo!

Weblogs, Inc.

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Today, Engadget and Autoblog are the only remaining brands from the company, now existing as part of Verizon Media division.

Helios and Matheson Analytics

As part of the transaction, Verizon took a stake in Helios and Matheson Analytics stock.
In April 2018, Helios acquired the movie listings website Moviefone from Verizon's digital media subsidiary, Oath Inc. As part of the transaction, Verizon took an equity stake in MoviePass.

MapQuest

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MapQuest (stylized as mapquest) is an American free online web mapping service owned by Verizon Media.

Automattic

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In 2019, Verizon sold Tumblr to Automattic, the owner of WordPress, for an undisclosed amount which was reportedly less than $3M.
On August 12, 2019, Automattic acquired Tumblr from Verizon Media.

Flickr

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Verizon reorganized Yahoo!, along with AOL, into a new umbrella company, Oath, which was renamed as Verizon Media on January 8, 2019.

Alto Mail

Alto Mail was a multi-service email client and proprietary email intelligence engine built to analyze and restructure incoming emails and calendar events by Oath Inc. It supported IMAP email providers like Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, iCloud, and AOL Mail, as well as email providers using Microsoft Exchange.

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In June 2017, Verizon combined AOL and Yahoo into its subsidiary Verizon Media (formally Oath Inc).

Built By Girls

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Built By Girls, previously Cambio.com, is an American women pop culture website primarily for female millennials - "for girls, #builtbygirls", owned and operated by Verizon Media.

SmugMug

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On April 20, 2018, SmugMug purchased Flickr from Oath Inc.

Yahoo! Finance

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The agreement includes Oath’s Newsroom, Yahoo! Sports, Yahoo! Finance, and go90 mobile video apps (closed in July 2018), with integration of native Oath advertisements into both the Oath apps and Samsung’s own Galaxy and Game Launcher apps.

Moviefone

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In April 2018, Helios and Matheson acquired the Moviefone movie listings Web site from Oath.
On April 5, 2018, Helios and Matheson Analytics, the majority owner of the movie ticketing service MoviePass, announced the acquisition of Moviefone from Oath Inc. for $1 million in cash and $8 million in stock.

Go90

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The agreement includes Oath’s Newsroom, Yahoo! Sports, Yahoo! Finance, and go90 mobile video apps (closed in July 2018), with integration of native Oath advertisements into both the Oath apps and Samsung’s own Galaxy and Game Launcher apps.
Verizon subsequently acquired Yahoo!, and merged it with AOL into the subsidiary Oath.

Yahoo Sports

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The agreement includes Oath’s Newsroom, Yahoo! Sports, Yahoo! Finance, and go90 mobile video apps (closed in July 2018), with integration of native Oath advertisements into both the Oath apps and Samsung’s own Galaxy and Game Launcher apps.

Verizon Digital Media Services

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In 2017, Verizon Digital Media Services, Inc. became part of Oath Inc., which currently known as Verizon Media since January 8, 2019.