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Verizon Ends Yahoo Independence With $4.83 Billion Deal
Yahoo! Inc. agreed to sell its main web businesses to Verizon Communications Inc. for $4.8 billion, ending a two-decade run as an independent company that took it from Stanford University startup at the dawn of the internet age to also-ran behind ...
Last Yahoo CEO standing: Here's Marissa Mayer's letter to employees ...  Recode
Verizon is buying Yahoo for $4.8 billion  CNNMoney
Columbus Dispatch  
Japan Stocks Retreat Before BOJ Policy Meeting; Nintendo Plunges
Shares in Tokyo slid as investors awaited a decision on monetary policy from the Bank of Japan this week and weighed corporate earnings results.
G20 growth promise keeps global shares near nine-month high  Reuters
Dollar buoyant before US, Japanese central bank meetings  The Fiscal Times
Oil prices slide on oversupply, economic headwinds
LONDON Oil prices fell on Monday, holding near two-month lows amid worries that a global glut of crude and refined products would weigh on markets for some time.
America's gas glut could send prices even lower  CNNMoney
Oil Down on Bearish Outlook  Wall Street Journal
Today in Pok�mon Go: Nintendo stock tanks. Cops pull guns. Traffic grinds to ...
In response to the ubiquity of Pok�mon Go, investors immediately began snatching up Nintendo stock like, well, Pok�mon, likely because the company is most closely associated with the game from its original conception as a cartridge game for Game Boy.
Nintendo Shares Dive as Company Plays Down 'Pokemon Go' Earnings Impact
Nintendo's share price plunges as investors realize it's not Pok�mon ...  Polygon
Sprint's Loss Widens
Sprint Corp. S 0.43 % on Monday reported its loss widened in the most recent quarter, though revenue slid less than expected. Shares, which have risen 22% over the past three months, added another 5.8% premarket to $4.89.
Sprint Corp. (S) Announces Q2 Results; Reports 173k Postpaid Net Sub Adds
Sprint finally starts to turn heads, but at a hefty cost  CNET
Here's How the Average Retiree Loses $4000 per Year
By claiming Social Security early, you could wind up selling yourself short in the long run. Maurie Backman. (TMFBookNerd). Jul 25, 2016 at 6:40AM.
Commentary: Income and savings advocates share common goal
Are We Getting Smarter About Social Security?
AMC Theatres to Acquire Carmike in Sweetened $1.2 Billion Deal
The companies had previously agreed to a $1.1 billion deal that drew opposition from some shareholders. Carmike Cinemas said Monday that it has entered into an amended and restated agreement to be acquired by AMC Theatres for $1.2 billion in cash ...
AMC Theatres Ups Takeover Bid For Carmike Cinemas To $1.2 Billion  Forbes
CEOs Are Paid A Lot Because CEOs Are Worth A Lot - Hans Vestberg And Ericsson ...
Much ink is spilled in denouncing how much money CEOs of large companies are paid these days. But there is a simple answer to all of this which is that CEOs are paid a lot because CEOs are worth a lot.
Ericsson Ousts Vestberg as CEO After Turnaround Plans Stall  Bloomberg
Ericsson Chief Hans Vestberg Departs After Profit Plunge  Wall Street Journal
Ryanair Clings to Profit Goal as Fare Cuts Counter Brexit Risk
Ryanair Holdings Plc surprised investors by sticking to its fiscal 2017 profit forecast with a plan to lower fares to lure more passengers even as Britain's decision to quit the European Union and a string of terrorist attacks in major European markets ...
Tough times lie ahead for Europe's airlines  CNBC
UPDATE 2-Ryanair shrugs off Brexit turbulence to promise record profits  Reuters
TerraForm Power (TERP) Adopts 'Poison Pill' Provision (SUNEQ)
TerraForm Power, Inc. (Nasdaq: TERP) announced that its Board of Directors has adopted a Stockholder Protection Rights Agreement (the “Rights Agreement”) and declared a dividend of one Right on each outstanding share of the Company's Class A ...
SunEdison To Explore Possible Monetization Of Its Class B Shares In Publicly ...  PR Newswire (press release)
SunEdison unit TerraForm Power adopts poison pill  Reuters