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Stock futures waver Monday morning following Verizon's announcement that it was buying Yahoo!
We all know a bear market is coming, but don't try to time it.
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
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.
And in this new ballgame, Tim Armstrong should get the ball every play.
The Internet giant has experienced an unusually high level of executive turnover since Marissa Mayer's arrival in 2012.
Verizon is reportedly ready to take possession of Yahoo! while Pokémon Go goes live in Japan and breaks the Apple App Store record.
Yahoo! (YHOO) stock is gaining on Friday afternoon as Verizon (VZ) has emerged as the most likely buyer of its core Internet business.
Stocks turn higher on Friday as investors overlook a series of disappointing earnings.
Yahoo! (YHOO) is reportedly focused on selling its core assets to Verizon (VZ) after reviewing final bids it received in an auction.
Yahoo! promised not to 'screw up' Tumblr. It broke that promise.
Yahoo wrote down Tumblr for the second time after promising not to bungle the $1.1 billion acquisition.
After the $32 billion acquisition of ARM Holdings, investors are concerned that SoftBank will be less willing to lend wireless carrier Sprint a hand.
Three years of mismanagement doesn't change the fact that the blogging platform could still be worth a lot to a company like Google or Twitter.
Stocks fluctuate late Tuesday as earnings reports are mixed.
Yahoo!'s earnings indicated that the company is a 'defeated team,' says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks moved lower Tuesday, as the second quarter earnings parade continues.
Stocks are off session lows by mid-morning Tuesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average trying for gains after a rush of key earnings.
Yahoo! misses earnings estimates but that's of little concern, while IBM beats and EMC profits from VMware's performance.
Yahoo (YHOO) reported 2016 second quarter earnings yesterday and analysts at BMO Capital Markets raised their price target on the stock.
U.S. stock futures are pointing lower Tuesday ahead of a full slate of earnings reports.
Stock futures are slightly lower on Tuesday as key earnings from the likes of Netflix disappoint investors, while housing starts edge forward.