Verizon knocks up to $350m off Yahoo acquisition price with deal to be signed in days

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Verizon knocks up to $350m off Yahoo acquisition price with deal to be signed in days
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Verizon knocks up to $350m off Yahoo acquisition price with deal to be signed in days

Desperate to sell, Yahoo agrees - and clears yet-another security lapse out of its closet

Verizon, the US telecoms company that owns AOL, has demanded a cut of between $250m and $350m to the price it is prepared to pay for the Yahoo online assets.  The price cut follows a string of d...

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