Corporate News

03.27.2015

Only 17 percent of U.S. 12th graders are both proficient in math and interested in majoring in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) field in college.

03.26.2015

Verizon is now accepting entries for its 2015 Powerful Answers Award program, which will award $6 million in cash prizes for ideas that use technology to create solutions that deliver social good.

03.26.2015

In a partnership with the Verizon Foundation, the Children’s Health Fund in Miami is using Verizon’s wireless network to enable specialists, working in their downtown offices, to examine patients who would otherwise be hard pressed to afford a specialist or to travel to one.

03.24.2015

Verizon has just released several reports of interest to anyone seeking details about the company and its commitment to technology leadership and corporate responsibility.

03.24.2015

From its humble origins in 2007, Earth Hour has grown to become one the largest annual environmental events in the world. Last year’s event reached 162 countries and touched more than 7,000 cities.

03.24.2015

Verizon, a leader in 100G technology, plans to deploy a next-generation 100G metro network in the U.S. to meet customers’ current and future demands for high-capacity video and wireless solutions.

03.23.2015

The National Association for Female Executives and Working Mother Magazine recently recognized Verizon’s development of female talent by naming the company to the list of the Top 50 Companies for Executive Women.

03.23.2015

On Saturday (March 28) at 8:30 p.m. local time, Verizon will turn off the lights in nearly 500 of its buildings in 37 countries around the world as it participates in Earth Hour 2015.

03.18.2015

Many growing employers across the Baltimore region are struggling to find workers to fill technical and demanding positions that require skills in STEM-related areas.

03.16.2015

In honor of Women’s History Month, we asked three successful female executives at Verizon to share words of wisdom for women, who are just starting their career in technology.