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Deal of the Week: Verizon Not Done Yet After Merging Yahoo, AOL

Verizon is spending $4.8 billion for Yahoo's Internet business. What might it buy next?

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  • Deal of the Week : Verizon Not Done After Merging Yahoo, AOL
  • Verizon just spent $4.8 billion to buy Yahoo’s Internet business, a deal that makes the wireless provider the third-largest digital advertising company by revenue — far behind Google and Facebook.
  • Verizon isn’t content to stay a distant third, and that means there may be more acquisitions to come.
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@business: “Verizon is spending $4.8 billion for Yahoo’s Internet business. What might it buy next?”


Verizon just spent $4.8 billion to buy Yahoo’s Internet business, a deal that makes the wireless provider the third-largest digital advertising company by revenue — far behind Google and Facebook. Verizon isn’t content to stay a distant third, and that means there may be more acquisitions to come. What might Verizon buy next? And is it fair to say Marissa Mayer was a failure as Yahoo’s CEO? Bloomberg wireless reporter Scott Moritz and Bloomberg technology executive editor Tom Giles discuss with


Deal of the Week: Verizon Not Done Yet After Merging Yahoo, AOL