Verizon says total revenues for its wireless business fell by 5.1 percent from a year ago.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Yahoo is entering its final quarter as an independent company.
First-quarter earnings are out for Yahoo. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday morning as traders eyed escalating geopolitical tensions concerning North Korea.
Finally, super strong corporate earnings and revenue growth is expected, but markets may be playing defense as traders watch geopolitics.
Martin Sorrell, WPP Group CEO, discuss the current issues in the digital advertising space.
Before Google, sites like Ask Jeeves and GeoCities dominated the internet, NBC News reports.
The new name behind a combined Yahoo and AOL is about connecting brands, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, talks about building the company's brand and eventual departure of Marissa Mayer.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO, talks about the resurgence of Yahoo and AOL, and the new company named 'Oath' that will oversee both. Our mission is to build brands that people love, says Armstrong.
Terms of Mayer's departure are still being worked through, Recode reports.
When Verizon finishes its acquisition of Yahoo and merges it with AOL, it'll call the combined companies "Oath."
Katie Jacobs Stanton, a veteran of Twitter, Google, Yahoo and a presidential administration, knows how to create her own options.
Yahoo lawyer Ronald Bell resigned from the company.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest on the four culprits behind the massive cyber attack on Yahoo.
Russian agents gained information on "millions of subscribers" at Yahoo and Google, the Justice Department says.
Aerial views of Silicon Valley tech companies.
At a press conference announcing The Justice Department's charges against in the hacking of Yahoo, Mary McCord, acting assistant attorney general, and Paul Abbate, FBI executive assistant director, answer questions about the investigation.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the highlights of the Justice Department's charges against four individuals, including two Russian FSB officials, in the hacking of Yahoo.