Verizon’s Oath Will Become Verizon Media Group in January Rebrand
Announcement comes one week after the company’s value drops by 50 percent.
Just one week after the value of Oath drops by 50 percent, Verizon announces that it will rebrand subsidiary Oath as the Verizon Media Group effective January 8, reports The Verge. Oath is the result of a merger between Verizon properties AOL and Yahoo that took place last year. Oath owns HuffPost, TechCrunch, Engadget, Kanvas, AutoBlog, Tumblr and all of the Yahoo properties, including Yahoo News, Yahoo Weather and Yahoo Search.
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