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Here's what analysts think about Verizon's acquisition of the iconic Internet company for $4.8 billion in cash.
Yahoo! may still be undervalued on a sum-of-the-parts basis, if Alibaba is interested in a deal.
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Former Yahoo (YHOO) CEO Ross Levinsohn joined CNBC's 'Fast Money Halftime Report' today to comment on the news that Verizon (VZ) has bought the company.
Jim Cramer says Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer failed at leadership because she didn't inspire her employees.
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
Yahoo's CEO Mayer believes Verizon's acquisition of her company represents an achievement that will also 'unlock value for shareholders.'
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
Verizon’s (VZ) deal to buy Yahoo's (YHOO) core assets is 'very exciting,' according to TheStreet's 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
JMP Securities president, Mark Lehmann, joined BloombergTV's 'BloombergGO' to discuss the future trends in M&As.
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The Internet company's core operations have been for sale since February.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Yahoo (YHOO) as an unusual social activity candidate
Stock futures waver Monday morning following Verizon's announcement that it was buying Yahoo!
With a big acquisition, Verizon is on a bullish trajectory. Here's what the charts say.
Verizon won the competitive bidding process for Yahoo and will pay the company $4.8 billion for its internet properties.
Verizon's deal to buy Yahoo isn't necessarily a sign of things to come.
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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.
Transaction will create a new rival in mobile media technology reaching over 1B users* with a roster of the world's most beloved brands
In this new ballgame, Tim Armstrong should get the ball every play.
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.