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Verizon CEO Says Evaluating Whether Yahoo Hack Had 'Material Impact'

Verizon Communications Chief Executive Lowell McAdam said the carrier doesn’t plan to walk away from its acquisition of Yahoo Inc. after a 2014 security breach was revealed, but he did leave the door open to possibly renegotiate the $4.8 billion price tag.
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