Exclusive: Former Field Technician Wins Big In Discrimination Lawsuit Against VerizonA former Verizon worker on Long Island has been awarded more than $2.5 million by a jury in federal court. He claimed the giant company discriminated against him.
Thieves Target North Jersey Cell Towers, Sell Batteries As Scrap MetalThieves in New Jersey have been tampering with cell towers, and police say it could cause a dangerous and major communication blackout.
Verizon Wireless Travel Pass Users Are Getting Slammed With Bills For Hundreds, Assemblyman SaysNew Yorkers who subscribed to the Verizon Wireless Travel Pass service – which offers $10 per day for phone, text and data overseas – said they are getting stuck with bills for hundreds of dollars.
Woodbury, L.I. Residents Furious Over Cellphone Repeaters On Their BlockLong Island residents have vowed to fight back, after two dozen cellphone repeaters were put up in front of their homes.
Theft Of Cell Tower Battery Packs Could Lead To Chaos During Power OutagePolice are trying to crack down on crooks who made off with stolen batteries from cell phone towers in Mahwah.
'We're Done Waiting:' NYC Sues Verizon Over Fiber-Optic CoverageThe city says Verizon missed a 2014 deadline to extend wire by every home or apartment building in the city.
Verizon Confirms $4.83 Billion Buyout Of YahooAfter the sale is completed, Yahoo will become a holding company for its two stakes in China's e-commerce leader, Alibaba Group, and Yahoo Japan.
Union: Nearly 40,000 Striking Verizon Employees To Return To Work WednesdayA union says nearly 40,000 striking Verizon employees will return to work Wednesday after reaching a tentative contract agreement.
Verizon, Unions Set To Return To Bargaining TableThe U.S. Department of Labor said both sides agreed to return to the bargaining table on Tuesday to continue their discussions.
Verizon Workers Go On Strike Amid Contract DisputeTens of thousands of Verizon landline and cable workers on the East Coast have walked off the job after working without a contract since August.
Verizon Landline, Cable Workers Union Threatens StrikeUnions representing more than 36,000 Verizon landline phone and cable workers are threatening a strike starting Wednesday morning if the company doesn't agree to a new contract.
Verizon Workers To Stay On Job Without New ContractThe phone, TV and Internet company and leaders of the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers announced the decision early Sunday, shortly after a contract covering 39,000 workers expired.
Verizon Strike Possible As Contract Deadline LoomsThe unions say the telecom giant is demanding that workers sharply increase their health care contributions and make concession on pensions.
Verizon Workers Authorize Strike As Contract Negotiations ContinueMost of the workers are members of the Communications Workers of America.
Verizon Buys AOL For $4.4 BillionVerizon is buying AOL for about $4.4 billion, advancing the telecom's push in both mobile and advertising fields.