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Verizon is the United States two former region Bell operating company - Atlantic Bell and Nynex merger to establish BellAtlantic, the independent telephone company GTE merger, the company officially merged, Verizon became the largest US local telephone company, the largest wireless Communications company, the world's largest printing yellow pages and online yellow pages of information providers. Verizon operates telecom and wireless services in 45 countries, including the US, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. September 2, 2013, the company has signed an agreement with the Vodafone Group to pay 130 billion US dollars acquisition of Vodafone held by Verizon Wireless 45% stake, more than Google's market value.

May 11, 2015 Verizon announced $ 4.4 billion acquisition of AOL.

June 8, 2016, "2016 BrandZ the world's most valuable brand hundred list" announced, Verizon ranked eighth.

On July 25, 2016, Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) agreed to spend $ 4.8 billion on Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO), a troubled Internet company, The dust settles.

In February 2017, Brand Finance released the 2017 Global Top 500 brand list, Verizon ranked No. 7.

Verizon Telecom provides business mainly divided into: telecommunications services, mobile communications, voice services, data services, and other types of yellow pages. Verizon attaches great importance to the quality of user service, especially the user complaint solution, the company has a customer service center, responsible for the effective and rapid solution to all user complaints.


Lowell C. McAdam

Mr. Lowell C. McAdhen is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Verizon Telecom's Board of Directors. August 1, 2011, Mr. McAdam became Chief Executive Officer; January 1, 2012 to become chairman. From October 2010 until becoming Chief Executive Officer, Mr. McAdam served as President and Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for the Company's network operations, the underlying business - Verizon Wireless and Verizon Telecom's business and Verizon Shared Services business operations The Prior to that position, Mr. McGrath served as an important management officer since Verizon Wireless was founded in 2000 to assist Verizon Wireless to develop into an industrial wireless provider. From 2007 to October 2010, he was Verizon Wireless's president and chief executive officer, who previously served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the company. Prior to the establishment of Verizon Wireless, Mr. McAdhen served as Executive Director of PrimeCo Personal Communications (Atlantic Bell and Vaughan Airways, Aeronautical Communications and Pacific Bell). Since March 2011, Mr. McAdhen has served as a director of Verizon. Since 2003, Mr. McAdhen has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Verizon Wireless, and has been the Chairman of the Board since September 2010.

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Mark C. Reed

Mr. Mark C. Reed is the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President of Verizon Telecom. He is responsible for the overall establishment of policies and strategies related to remuneration, benefits, labor policy, administrative staff, diversity, ethics and security / environment. Prior to this position, he was Vice President of Wireless Human Resources at Verizon, where he was responsible for providing human resources services such as employee relations, compensation and benefits, training and development, staffing, diversity, and human resource compliance. Prior to that, he was Vice President of GTE Communications (GTECC) (GTE's Competitive Local Exchange Operator), who was in charge of human resources and began his career in September 1997. At GTE Communications, he is responsible for the development and implementation of GTECC's Strategic Human Resources Business Plan. Prior to that position, he was the director of GTE's wireless human resources. In 1986, he joined GTE and began his career as a human resource worker at GTE's World Headquarters. The following year he served as a series of key human resource management positions for GTE Wireless. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Buffalo State University of New York.

John W. Dylson

Mr. John W. Derekson has served as Executive Vice President of Verizon Telecom since June 2003 and is responsible for the company's strategy and development plan. He is a senior vice president of Verizon, who is responsible for investor relations, and he has held the post since July 2000. Mr. Derekson has been the head of the action team since January 2000. Mr. Dirkson joined the North American insurance company in 1971 and began his career. He joined the Lihua Brothers in New York two years later. In 1975, Mr. Dirkson joined International Playtex's International Business Unit as International Cost and Budget Director. In 1979, he joined the United States Can Company Technology Department, served as director, responsible for financial planning and control. In 1982, he joined Coleco as the company's chief financial officer. Mr. Derekson holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Aina College and a master's degree in business administration from Pez University, and has completed a graduate student in financial management.

Thomas J. Tauer

Mr. Thomas J. Tauk has been the Executive Vice President of Verizon Telecom since May 24, 2004, responsible for public affairs, policy and communications. Prior to joining NYNEX in 1991, from January 1979 to January 1991, he was a congressman in the United States House of Representatives representing Iowa's second rally area. During his congress service, he was a member of the Telecommunications Subcommittee. He has also served on the Energy and Commerce, Education and Labor and Small Business Council, as well as the Aging Select Committee. He has served on the Comprehensive Health Care Pepper Commission, the Infant Mortality Committee and the Biomedical Ethics Committee. From January 1975 to January 1979, Mr. Tauk served as a member of the Iowa State Assembly. He is the former president of the American Telecommunications Society, the board of directors of the association, and is a member of the executive committee. Mr. TAO Ke is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Home Technology Systems, Inc., located in Dubuque, Iowa, serving the Board of Directors of the Political Action Committee of the Business Sector. President of the Board of Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, is a member of the US Board of Graduates' Employment Board. Mr. Tao was a Bachelor of Arts in Loras College in 1972 and a Ph.D. in Law from the University of Iowa School of Law in 1974.

John G. Stratton

Mr. John G. Stratton is Executive Vice President and President of Verizon Telecom. Stratton joined the Verizon Wireless's predecessor, Bell Atlantic Mobile, in 1993 as head of retail and operations. Later, he served as vice president, responsible for the company's marketing, and then served as president of Bell Atlantic Mobile Philadelphia. Verizon Wireless was founded in 2000 when Stratton served as president of Northwestern, managing companies in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Minnesota, Kansas, Missouri, Montana and North Dakota business operations. Prior to joining the telecom industry, Stratton held a number of senior management positions in the consumer electronics industry. He graduated from the Harvard Business School's senior management program.

Daniel S. Mead

Mr. Daniel S. Mead has served as executive vice president, president and chief executive officer of Verizon Telecom since 2010, and is responsible for the joint venture of Verizon Telecom's Verizon Wireless. He has served as the president of the Verizon Telecommunications division, which provides telephone, Internet and entertainment services (including FiOS fiber services) for millions of states and millions of residential and small business customers across the country. From 2005 to 2007, Mead is the president of Verizon Services, where he is responsible for all financial operations management, real estate and supply chain services for Verizon Enterprises. Mead is one of the senior executives of Verizon Wireless, founded in 2000, and served as the central and western region of the company (15 states, extending from Pennsylvania to North Dakota, from Minnesota to Kentucky ) President. He also holds leadership positions at Verizon and his predecessor. Mead holds a master's degree in business administration from Pennsylvania State University and a bachelor's degree in quantitative analysis and finance.

Robert J. Barris

Mr. Robert J. Barris has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Verizon Telecom since March 4, 2009. Previously, he served as senior vice president and chief financial officer of Verizon Telecom. Previously, Baris was vice president of Verizon Telecom, responsible for corporate finance.


Lowell C. McAdam (see corporate executives)

Ivan G Seddenberg

Mr. Ivan G. Seddenberg is no longer the chairman of the board of directors of Verizon Telecom, with effect from 31 December 2011. He resigned as Chief Executive Officer, effective August 8, 2011. Mr. Seidenberg has been the head of the company since the inception of Verizon Telecom, and in 2000 served as the first co-chief executive, and since 2002 has served as the sole chief executive since 2004. Mr. Seidenberg started his career as a predecessor at Verizon Telecom's predecessor 40 years ago, including as NYNEX, Bell Atlantic (two predecessor of Verizon Telecom) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Seidenberg assisted in the formation of Verizon Telecom through a series of mergers and acquisitions, including Bell Atlantic and NYNEX (1997), GTE (2000) and MCI (2006). He also brought together Bell Atlantic Mobile, GTE Wireless and Vodafone Airways in the United States in 1999. Mr. Seidenberg also served as a director of Honeywell International and Wyeth.

Richard L. Carrión

Mr. Richard L. Carion has been an independent director of Verizon Telecom since 1997. He has served as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer for more than 17 years at Popular Company (a diversified bank holding company), Banco Popular (popular major banking subsidiary) in Puerto Rico. In addition to having the experience of managing these companies, since 2008, Mr. Carrión has been a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he has developed a monetary policy for banks, supervises bank operations risk management, reviews and appoints senior The manager made a contribution. Since 1997, Mr. Carry has served as a director of Verizon Telecom; from 1995 to 1997, he served as a director of NYNEX. He is a member of the Corporate Governance and Policy Committee and the Human Resources Committee. Over the past five years, Carion has also served as a director of Puerto Rico Telecom.

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