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Buying Yahoo!'s core assets is the start of something very big, Cramer says.
On Tuesday, July 26, all eyes are on Apple's earnings.
Guests on CNBC's "Closing Bell" discussed why the market indexes ended trading lower today despite rallying throughout the past two weeks.
Here's a brief overlook of each of Yahoo's chief executives through the years.
Investors keep one eye on plummeting crude oil prices on Monday and the other on the clock ahead of the kickoff to the Federal Reserve's July meeting tomorrow.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong spoke on CNBC today, saying the Verizon (VZ), Yahoo (YHOO) deal will help the telecommunications company better compete in the digital world.
Here's what analysts think about Verizon's acquisition of the iconic Internet company for $4.8 billion in cash.
Stocks come back from session lows by mid-afternoon Monday afternoon even as crude oil settles below $44.
Wall Street hears Sprint's scintillating subscriber gains, but the carrier's bloated balance sheet remains an area of concern.
Speculation over the bidding war for Yahoo!'s core business ended as Verizon announced itself the winner. Here is why Verizon is a great stock.
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Verizon (VZ) reports 2016 second quarter earnings tomorrow before the market open.
The telco giant is paying a reasonable price for Yahoo!'s core assets, but whether it can execute on the deal's potential remains to be seen.
The embattled web pioneer faced five high profile activist investors over the years, including Carl Icahn, Third Point's Dan Loeb and finally Starboard Value's Jeff Smith
Walter Isaacson appeared on CNBC's 'Squawk Alley' on Monday morning to discuss the deal between Verizon (VZ) and Yahoo! (YHOO).
Verizon wants to sell more phones and acquiring Yahoo! will enable it to do that because it will introduce customers to its services through its 'digital newspaper,' says Jim Cramer
The Yahoo! acquisition is a huge boost for Verizon's stock because it will help the company attract new customers while simultaneously retaining its old ones, says Jim Cramer
If Verizon Communications' (VZ) acquisition of Yahoo (YHOO) is approved, the company will still face tough competition in online advertising, RBC Capital Markets' Mark Mahaney estimated on CNBC today.
Stocks extend losses on Monday morning as crude oil crumbles on demand concerns.
Deal share price premiums continue to rise as the current market appears ripe to RBC Capital's Golub.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Verizon Communications (VZ) as an unusual social activity candidate
This was an unexpected but positive development, Cramer says.
The Internet company's core operations have been for sale since February.
Verizon Communications (VZ) made a smart decision bidding to acquire Yahoo (YHOO) which has fallen 'from grace,' Recon Analytics Founder Roger Entner said on CNBC today.
Executive editor of Recode, Kara Swisher, joined CNBC's 'Squawk Box' this morning to comment on Verizon (VZ) buying Yahoo! (YHOO).
Stock futures waver Monday morning following Verizon's announcement that it was buying Yahoo!