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Oath

2017–2019

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AOL bought Yahoo! in summer 2017. The new company is called Oath (stylized as Oath:). The rebrand will affect the branding of all Yahoo! and AOL's services. The basis of the new name is around the company's commitment to provide a range of diverse services without being a content aggregate.

Verizon Media

2019

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On January 8, 2019, Verizon rebranded Oath as Verizon Media, initially using Verizon's 2015 logo and left the checkmark for their social media's avatar.

2019–present

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On April 30, 2019, Verizon added the word Media under the logo.

Yahoo!

TBD (tentative)

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On May 3, 2021, Verizon announced that they were selling Verizon Media to Apollo for five billion dollars, with Verizon still owning 10% of the company. The combined company will be called Yahoo!.[1]

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Yahoo!
Verizon Media