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Verizon reportedly wants $1 billion discount on Yahoo

Verizon may not have bailed out of its deal to purchase Yahoo for $4.8 billion, but amid a growing case of bad news at the search engine company, the telecommunications giant is reportedly pushing to reduce the acquisition price by $1 billion. According to the New York Post, AOL chief Tim Armstrong, who runs the Verizon […]
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