Mobile Minutes: Verizon buys Yahoo; Nintendo shares drop; Facebook vs. Snapchat; Clinton’s gaming app
5 things to know about the Verizon-Yahoo deal
Today’s big deal is that Verizon has agreed to acquire the core Internet assets of Yahoo for $4.83 billion in cash. Here are five things to know about the deal.
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Nintendo shares plummet 18% after Pokemon Go reality check
Nintendo has some bad news for investors: It’s not expecting a huge profit boost from Pokemon Go.
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Morgan Stanley: It looks like Facebook is shrugging off Snapchat
Facebook Inc.’s Mark Zuckerberg might not need to worry about Snapchat Inc., according to fresh analysis published by Morgan Stanley.
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Hillary Clinton iPhone app aims to drum up and reward supporters
“Hillary 2016” isn’t just a campaign slogan. It’s also a new iOS app designed for people who want to see Hillary Clinton as the next president.
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