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Recode managing editor Ed Lee explained why Verizon (VZ) will be willing to work with Yahoo!(YHOO) in resolving the data breach.
When companies are breached, they are required by the SEC and state regulatory agencies, but the rules are vague and fraught with loopholes.
Shares of Yahoo! drop again Monday as Armstrong said on TV that Verizon would protect shareholders, subscribers.
Will Verizon receive a price adjustment on its $4.8 billion acquisition of Yahoo! amid its data breach? Jim Cramer weighs in.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong says Verizon will work with Yahoo! (YHOO) to rectify last week's data breach.
Verizon (VZ) is reportedly looking into how it will proceed with its $4.8 billion purchase of Yahoo (YHOO) after the company disclosed a security breach that affected 500 million accounts.
Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) today announced that it will host the exclusive live stream of Berkshire Hathaway's (BRK.
A Yahoo (YHOO) user is suing the company claiming it lacked the correct 'security protocols' to adequately protect users' personal information.
Stocks pull back on Friday as a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's reluctance to raise interest rates runs out of steam.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as a two-day relief rally over the Federal Reserve's patience on raising interest rates begins to deflate.
Analysts suggest the massive hacking attack won't trigger a "material adverse effect" clause that would threaten the acquisition.
Yahoo! should have come clean earlier on its hacking problem, but it likely won't derail the Verizon deal because it was not a ransom hack, says Jim Cramer.
Stocks edge lower after two days of record closes for the Nasdaq amid relief over the Federal Reserve's patience on raising interest rates.
IBM and Cisco may be interested in purchasing Imperva. The buyer should be IBM, Cramer says.
Fox Business Network's 'Varney and Co.' weighed in on the Yahoo! (YHOO) data breach scandal.
Stock futures edge lower after two days of record closes for the Nasdaq amid relief over the Federal Reserve's patience on raising interest rates.
Yahoo's confirmation of Recode's report of a "massive data breach" sent shares tanking.
Yahoo (YHOO) disclosed yesterday that more than 500 million user accounts were hacked in 2014, with personal information like phone numbers, names and hashed passwords stolen.
Hedge fund billionaire Dan Loeb owns a greater than 17% stake in the newly public developer of a drugs including those for treatment of psoriasis.
Yahoo's data breach is likely the largest hacking incident to date; Wells Fargo CEO resigns from Fed's advisory council; Facebook overestimated a key video metric, a report says.
The breach at Yahoo (YHOO) in 2014 is likely the largest hacking incident to occur, as the company confirmed today that it affected 500 million users in 2014.
Your bank, your health insurer and even your favorite stores have also had their customers' data stolen by hackers.
Yahoo! (YHOO) verified a hack that resulted in 500 million users email accounts being compromised.
Relief over the Federal Reserve's slow-and-steady rates plans fueled another day of gains on Thursday.
Yahoo (YHOO) announced on Thursday that personal information was stolen from at least 500 million user accounts in 2014.
A recent investigation by Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) has confirmed that a copy of certain user account information was stolen from the company's network in late 2014 by what it believes is a state-sponsored actor.
Recode says the Web giant's so-called data breach could be unveiled soon.
200 million Yahoo accounts were compromised by a hacker who was been shopping the account info online since August.