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Verizon to Pay $4.8 Billion for Yahoo's Core Business
Founded in 1994, Yahoo was one of the last independently operated pioneers of the web. Credit Mike Blake/Reuters. SAN FRANCISCO - Yahoo was the front door to the web for an early generation of internet users, and its services still attract a billion ...
Yahoo sold to Verizon for $4.8 billion  The Mercury News
Rising star Marni Walden is the woman behind Verizon's effort to buy Yahoo  Recode
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Asian shares near nine-month peak, dollar shines
TOKYO Asian shares held near nine-month highs on Monday as worries over the impact of Britain's Brexit vote eased, while the dollar was buoyed by a run of solid U.S.
Japanese Stocks Swing Ahead of the BOJ Meeting; Nintendo Plunges  Bloomberg
BOJ, Fed meetings could sway sentiment amid earnings deluge  CNBC
How to get the biggest Social Security check you can
Social Security represents a significant amount of income for retirees. In fact, it represents a little more than one-third (35.3%) of total income for the average retiree.
Is the Social Security Trust Fund Running Out of Money?  Motley Fool
To see the problem, turn to Appendix F, Page 212  Daily Herald
Crude stays near two-month low on oil glut worries
TOKYO Crude prices inched down on Monday in Asia, staying not far from two-month lows hit in the previous session, amid worries over a global oil glut.
Oil Prices Lower as Bearish Outlook Remains  Nasdaq
How Did the Energy and Metals Markets Perform on July 22? PART 1 OF 5  Market Realist
China Bank to Transform $1.6 Billion of Bad Debt Into Securities
Agricultural Bank of China Ltd. is planning China's largest sale so far under a trial program for lenders to offload bad loans by packaging them up as asset-backed securities.
As China Lets Yuan Depreciate, Other Nations Take Note  Wall Street Journal
China's Yuan Problem - It Wants It Lower But It Doesn't Want It ...  Forbes
American Airlines' profit, revenue clipped by falling fares
Want more news? Sign up for free newsletters to get more of the AJC delivered to your inbox. FORT WORTH, Texas - Compared with their checkered track record, major airlines are enjoying boom times.
Boom times for big US airlines: $3.9 billion in 2Q profits  Omaha World-Herald
American Says Actions Against Discount Airlines Paid Off  Skift
As summer heats up, gas prices stay cool
Even with the peak travel season in full swing, gasoline prices are stuck in reverse. Gas prices have plunged to their lowest July level in 12 years, according to AAA, even as Americans are racking up more miles.
AAA Mid-Atlantic: Gas Prices Drop to Lowest Level for July Since 2004  WSLS
Statewide prices drop a bit in latest gas survey  The Killeen Daily Herald
U.S. Oil Drillers Add Rigs in Longest Streak Since August
U.S. oil producers continue to revive drilling in the shale patch, adding rigs for the fourth consecutive week in the longest streak of increases since August.
U.S. oil rig count rises 4th straight week  Houma Courier
US Oil-Rig Count Rose by 14 in Past Week, Furthering Streak  Wall Street Journal
Americans Just Can't Stop Wasting Food, Says Study
Food waste is a big problem in United States. A new research suggests that Americans just can't stop throwing out edible food.
How the U.S. can stop wasting so much food  Deseret News
Americans feel guilty about wasting too much food, but still do it  STGIST
Schlumberger and Halliburton both say the worst of the oil market crash is over
The world's two largest providers of oilfield drilling and fracking services have now declared that the worst may be over in the two-year-old oil market crash.
Despite Optimism, Oil Firms Keep Cutting Jobs  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 2-Schlumberger sees oil supply deficit if demand growth holds  Reuters