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    1. The last five years have been eventful for Verizon Communications. The company acquired 45% of Verizon Wireless that was not owned by Vodafone, and bought tech companies AOL and Yahoo. It's also tried to become more of a tech and media company than just a telecommunications giant, although it's had limited success outside of its core wireless business. The next five years will be similarly transformative but this time it'll focus on its core business, investing in faster wireless connections from 5G technology. 2. It benefits from steady subscriber income (it would not be easy for consumers to cancel their cell phone service), the stock pays a nice dividend, and the prohibitive cost to building out a nationwide mobile network makes it unlikely for a new competitor to enter the market.
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Verizon was founded in 1983 and it is an american multinational telecommunications conglomerate and a corporate component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. In 2015, Verizon expanded into content ownership by acquiring AOL and two years later it acquired Yahoo!. AOL and Yahoo merged into a new division named Oath Inc. (currently known as Verizon Media). As of 2016, Verizon is one of three remaining companies that had their roots in the former Baby Bells (each of the seven companies that AT&T Corporation broke up the Bell System into). The other two, like Verizon, exist as a result of mergers among fellow former Baby Bell members.Verizon has reached several milestones worth mentioning. In 2017 it became the only publicly traded telecommunications company to have two stock listings in its home country, both the NYSE and NASDAQ and it was the second largest telecommunications company by revenue after AT&T. As of April 2019 Verizon Wireless (a subsidiary) was the second largest U.S. wireless communications service provider with 153. 1 million mobile customers. And as of 2017, Verizon is the only).

1. UBS analyst lowered the Verizon ?s rating in May 2019, stating that the company's growth could slow down even if its 5G technology drove sales higher as it has been doubling down on its wireless network as Americans cut their TV cable cords en masse. 2. Due to the price of building a national network, Verizon finds itself in a lot of debt (currently almost $114 billion). Also, since the U.S. smartphone market is saturated, any growth the wireless network giant sees is slow and only comes at the expense of its existing competitors, often through costly price wars.

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