Verizon plans to rebrand AOL and Yahoo as ‘Oath’


After Verizon officially acquires Yahoo, the newly created content division will get a new name: ‘Oath.’ It might not be the worst name ever (Tronc still exists) but it’s damn sure trying to be. After announcing the acquisition last July, Verizon got a discount on the dot com icon after Yahoo revealed it had suffered a major data breach not once, but twice. Overall, 1.5 billion users may have been compromise leading Verizon to ask for a discount of up to $1 billion off the original purchase price. Once the dust settled, Verizon got a discount of $350 million and agreed…

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