Corporate News

06.03.2015

Verizon is proud to be a partner of the 2015 ESSENCE Music Festival, the largest celebration of African-American music and culture, and we are celebrating by bringing a taste of music mania to select cities across the country with our “Now Playing” tour.

06.03.2015

More than 20 Verizon employees from the company’s Cary, North Carolina, campus pitched in to help the Habitat for Humanity of Durham do construction work on four homes so they can be sold to qualifying low-income families in the area.

05.28.2015

Our talent acquisition team is looking for software engineers who want to create products that will revolutionize the consumer marketplace. Michael Pezzote on our talent acquisition team offers some tips on how to ace an interview.

05.28.2015

For the 10th consecutive year, Working Mother magazine has named Verizon as one of the top 25 companies for multicultural women.

05.26.2015

We’re looking for more than a few good reps for our customer service positions, and they can be hard to find. Do you have the special skillset we need?

05.21.2015

Verizon was a big winner in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2014 ENERGY STAR® Battle of the Buildings competition, with nine company buildings winning an award for energy reduction.

05.20.2015

If you sign up online for FiOS TV as part of a triple-play package, you can add your favorite international TV programming and get 300 minutes of international calling per month, all at no additional cost.

05.20.2015

Verizon has rallied its employees and customers to support the relief efforts in Nepal, following the April 25 earthquake that devastated the country.

05.20.2015

In his latest LinkedIn post, Lowell McAdam reflects on his early twenties, sharing what he would do differently. The editorial series from LinkedIn “If I Were 22” encourages leaders and top influencers to share lessons from their youth.

05.14.2015

At an e-waste recycling rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, Verizon reached its five-year goal of collecting 2 million pounds of electronic waste in communities it serves -- and set a new goal of recycling another 2 million pounds by 2020.