VZ • NYSE
Verizon Communications Inc.
$50.96
After Hours:
$50.95
(0.020%)-0.0100
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Top loserStockUS listed securityUS headquartered
Previous close
$52.09
Day range
$50.57 - $52.15
Year range
$45.55 - $56.85
Market cap
214.01B USD
Avg Volume
20.35M
P/E ratio
9.91
Dividend yield
5.02%
Primary exchange
NYSE
CDP Climate Change Score
B
Financials
Income Statement
Financial performance
Revenue
Net income
(USD)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Revenue
33.55B2.09%
Operating expense
10.87B1.41%
Net income
4.58B-12.68%
Earnings per share
1.353.05%
EBITDA
12.33B-1.53%
Effective tax rate
22.55%
Financial performance
Total assets
Total liabilities
(USD)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Cash and short-term investments
1.79B-82.47%
Total assets
365.72B5.83%
Total liabilities
280.54B2.80%
Total equity
85.18B
Shares outstanding
4.20B
Price to book
2.61
Return on assets
5.69%
Return on capital
7.87%
Financial performance
Net change in cash
(USD)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Net income
4.58B-12.68%
Cash from operations
6.82B-29.64%
Cash from investing
-8.00B83.90%
Cash from financing
245.00M-99.12%
Net change in cash
-929.00M92.26%
Free cash flow
-5.40B86.90%
About
Verizon Communications Inc., commonly known as Verizon, is an American multinational telecommunications conglomerate and a corporate component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The company is headquartered at 1095 Avenue of the Americas in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, but is incorporated in Delaware. In 1984, the United States Department of Justice mandated AT&T Corporation to break up the Bell System into seven companies, each a Regional Bell Operating Company, commonly referred to as "Baby Bells". Bell Atlantic, one of the Baby Bells, came into existence the same year. Headquartered in Philadelphia, it became the parent of New Jersey Bell, Bell of Pennsylvania, Diamond State Telephone, and the C&P Telephone companies, with a trading area from New Jersey to Virginia. As part of a rebranding of the Baby Bells in the mid-1990s, all of Bell Atlantic's operating companies assumed the holding company's name. In 1997, Bell Atlantic expanded into New York and the New England states by merging with fellow Baby Bell NYNEX. While Bell Atlantic was the surviving company, the merged company moved its headquarters from Philadelphia to NYNEX's old headquarters in New York City. Wikipedia
Founded
Oct 7, 1983
Employees
118,400
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