Verizon Communications Inc. will report third-quarter 2014 earnings on Tuesday, Oct. 21. Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Francis J. Shammo will present results on a webcast beginning at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time.
WHUR 96.3 FM and HUR-Voices SiriusXM 141, part of the Howard University Radio Network, are joining forces with Verizon to host a domestic violence forum featuring life coach Iyanla Vanzant on Tuesday, Oct. 21, from 7:30-9 p.m. at Cramton Auditorium.
A few Verizon Northeast Area teams decided to add fun team building exercises to their meeting agenda, which not only strengthened employee camaraderie, but also served local communities. By participating in The Charity Bike Build, Verizon team members built 15 bicycles for the Boys and Girls Clubs of MetroWest, MA.
NFL wide receiver A.J. Green today joined Verizon representatives to present a $70,000 grant to the Ohio Domestic Violence Network. The donation will assist the organization in enhancing services offered to engage men across Ohio to end domestic violence.
We often say at Verizon that we work hard to foster our culture of inclusion and diversity, not just because it’s the right thing to do but because it’s good business. These words are stated in our company Credo and define who we are as a company.
Verizon has one of the world’s largest employee green teams. Recently, we celebrated gaining our 15,000th team member by planting an additional 5,000 trees in partnership with American Forests. There is good reason to celebrate, as our Green Team consists of many active members who have helped create or contribute to Verizon’s sustainability programs, including tree-planting events.
General Electric and Verizon today announced plans to expand the reach and strength of the Industrial Internet. The companies have teamed up to allow GE’s software-enabled machines and devices to connect to Verizon’s machine-to-machine connectivity and cloud platforms to create a secure wireless communications system for the Industrial Internet.
Last summer in Miami, Maria Mejia plunged into a seven-week summer program in computer science, Girls Who Code, sponsored by Verizon as part of an ongoing commitment to encourage STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, particularly for underrepresented populations.