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Stock futures waver Monday morning following Verizon's announcement that it was buying Yahoo!
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Verizon strikes a $4.8 billion deal to acquire Yahoo!'s core operations, while Tesla and SolarCity are closer to a merger agreement.
Verizon confirms deal today buy Yahoo! for $4.8 billion.
The Internet company's core operations have been for sale since February.
Transaction will create a new rival in mobile media technology reaching over 1B users* with a roster of the world's most beloved brands
A slew of corporate earnings and closely watched Federal Reserve meeting are in focus for the week of July 25.
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The telecom giant could derive many synergies from a deal for Yahoo! But integration challenges and Yahoo's rapidly declining fortunes could quickly result in buyer's remorse.
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Verizon is reportedly ready to take possession of Yahoo! while Pokémon Go goes live in Japan and breaks the Apple App Store record.
Tapping the Chinese Internet is no easy feat, but GE has gained a foothold there and the conglomerate's digital platform seems to be gaining momentum, analysts say.
Verizon (VZ) stock is expected to deliver a year-over-year decline in earnings per share and revenue on Tuesday before the market open.
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Stocks turn higher on Friday as investors overlook a series of disappointing earnings.
Verizon (VZ), a bidder for Yahoo (YHOO), is reportedly near a deal with the company.
The FCC is putting a hold on its review of Verizon's (VZ) $1.8 billion deal to buy XO Communications' fiber optic business as it waits for more information.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average clocks its seventh straight record closing Wednesday amid better-than-expected earnings from Microsoft, the best performing stock in the blue-chip index.
Stocks are at record intraday highs by mid-afternoon Wednesday as crude oil trades above $45 and positive quarterly results for Microsoft spread earnings season cheer.
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Stocks move higher on Wednesday after a weekly reading on crude oil inventories confirms declining supplies.