The choice of Mr. Vestberg points to the importance Verizon places on next-generation 5G mobile technology. He will take over as chief executive on Aug. 1.
Not only would a previously undisclosed prosecution report surface more than a decade after it was written, but as fate would have it, I would be in it.
The agreement requires cuts in the country’s fiscal deficit that were sharper than initially planned as well as decreases in the inflation rate.
Global oil companies see a promising future in Brazil’s offshore fields, setting the country apart from the rest of the world.
Defying expectations, the first official survey of “alternative work arrangements” since 2005 shows that nontraditional employment has become less common.
Farmers are pressuring Congress for a compromise with China to avert a costly trade war. The Trump administration is showing signs of compromise.
The agency has decided that it will not look at air, water or ground contaminants when it determines the health and safety risks of potentially toxic chemicals.
A European Court of Justice ruling is the latest example of the region policing what food and drinks can be called, and what ingredients can go into them.
The family had sued Trek Bicycle Corporation, claiming it acted unlawfully when it named its “fat bike” line “Farley.”
As leaders of seven industrialized nations meet this week in Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has engaged women like Melinda Gates to help set the agenda.