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Earnings season is in full swing, but only a few sets of results may be indicative of how the U.S. economy is doing.
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Verizon was set to advance to the second stage of bidding for Yahoo's core assets, as the company went through offers to put together a short list.
Potential bidders including Time, Alphabet, and AT&T drop out of the race to buy Yahoo's core assets.
Verizon's attempts to snag Yahoo received a boost after several potential bidders exited the race, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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Value investor Mario Gabelli says he would support a buyout of Yahoo's core internet media and search business by Verizon.
The Internet company is moving the deadline for its bids to April 18.
Yahoo has moved the deadline for its bids out another week to April 18, according to sources close to the situation. Re/code reports.
Shares of Yahoo whipsawed Thursday after news that Verizon would move forward with a bid for the tech giant.
If T-Mobile is paying around $6 million a year, that would put the deal among the top 20 in the country on an annual basis.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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Jim Cramer teaches investors how to use charts to determine the best bottom and ceiling points for a stock.
Jim Cramer teaches investors how to use charts to determine the best bottom and ceiling points for a stock. Don't miss an opportunity!
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter to blast rivals AT&T and Verizon over their streaming services after Netflix disclosed they throttled data for some users.
Netflix has been lowering the quality of its videos to most wireless networks for more than five years, the WSJ reported.
Microsoft execs have been meeting with private equity firms mulling bids to buy Yahoo and may finance their efforts, Re/code reports, citing sources.