Verizon Communications and Yahoo have come to terms on the telecom giant’s takeover of the seen-better-days Internet company. Now, millions of Yahoo users have something else to consider: Verizon’s aggressive use of customer information. Put simply, if you think Yahoo played fast and loose with...
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Ken Kratz, the former special prosecutor in the murder trials of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, spoke to Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga about his new book, "Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What 'Making a Murderer' Gets Wrong.' He describes being portrayed as "the chief villain" in the piece. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's what you need to know. 1. Yahoo and Verizon have agreed to cut their deal price by $350 million following Yahoo's disclosures of two data breaches. Yahoo will be responsible for half of the cash liabilities related to government investigations and third-party lawsuits. 2. Show More Summary
After a pair of massive Yahoo data breaches, Verizon announced today that the two companies have reached new terms for its acquisition. As noted by Reuters, Verizon has lowered its purchase price for Yahoo’s core business by $350 million, down to $4.48 billion. more… Filed under: Apple
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The two companies agreed to reduce the price Verizon will pay for Yahoo’s internet businesses to account for the impact of two huge data breaches.
Seven months ago, Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo for $4.83 billion, the AP reports. Since then, Yahoo has revealed itself to have been the victim of the two biggest data breaches ever, resulting in information from more than a billion users being stolen. According to the Washington Post, experts...
Verizon on Tuesday announced a deal to buy the core business of Yahoo for $4.48 billion -- managing to secure a $350 million discount it was pursuing because of two major security breaches, the last of which affected over 1 billion accounts.
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Yahoo is taking a hefty hit of $350 million after security issues arose with it's proposed $4.8 billion sale to Verizon. The Yahoo security lapse exposed personal information stored in over 1 billion Yahoo user accounts.
When reports surfaced last week that Verizon was renegotiating its deal to acquire Yahoo, some analysts were stunned to learn how little of a price cut the telecom giant was seeking — around $250 million — despite the Web company's historic missteps with customer security. But on Tuesday, the two companies agreed to a discount of $350 […]
Yahoo is still working through a world of nightmares after having revealed high-volume security breaches, so Verizon wants a discount.
The two companies agreed to a $350 million discount on the price.
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Verizon and Yahoo have agreed to drop the price of Verizon's acquisition of the Yahoo by $350 million, following Yahoo's disclosure of a massive data breach that became public last year. According to a joint statement released by the companies today, the deal, which was expected to be finalized in the first quarter this year...
Last year, news broke that US telecommunications giant Verizon had its eyes on Yahoo, and planned on snapping it up in a deal valued at $4.8 billion. Everything was going well. And then it wasn’t, as hackers broke into Yahoo’s systems. Show More Summary
What's left of Yahoo after the deal closes — an entity that will be called Altaba Inc. and have stakes in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group and Yahoo Japan — will be responsible for liabilities stemming from shareholder lawsuits...Show More Summary