Verizon To Take 'Oath' As New Company To Run Yahoo, AOLThe Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive.
Verizon Cuts In-Store Jobs As Wireless Growth SlowsVerizon has cut jobs in stores across the country as it deals with increasing competition in the wireless industry.
AT&T Raising Prices On Some Data PlansThe price restructuring may be a better deal for some customers, depending on their data plan.
Frontier Blames Corrupt Data For Phone, Internet Outages In California, Florida, TexasThe company says it inherited the problem during its $10.5 billion acquisition of Verizon's FiOS systems.
CBS2 Reporter Gets Manhandled At Town Hall Meeting Where Frontier Customers Express OutrageFrontier took over from Verizon in Long Beach on April 1.
Verizon Outage Affected Large Portions Of Southern CaliforniaA Verizon spokeswoman said the company is aware of the outage and is looking into correcting it.
Laguna Hills Residents Protest Cell Tower They Say Was Illegally ApprovedMore than 100 upset homeowners gathered at a town hall in Laguna Hills Tuesday evening to protest a planned cell phone tower in their neighborhood that they say was illegally approved.
Businesses Impacted After Roughly 87,000 Verizon Landlines Experience Service DisruptionThere is a communications meltdown in Santa Monica where over 80,000 Verizon telephone lines have been down for over 24 hours, affecting businesses.
LA Mayor Urges Time Warner Cable To Reach Dodgers TV Deals
Feds Cite Owner Of Downtown LA Skyscraper For Cellphone InterferenceFederal regulators have cited the owner of one of the largest skyscrapers in the city of Los Angeles over fluorescent lights that are apparently causing interference with cellphones.
T-Mobile Will Pay Customers To Leave Rival CompaniesT-Mobile US Inc., the country's fourth-largest wireless carrier, is aiming to lure subscribers from rivals by paying the fees required to break their service contracts.