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Mobile Minutes: Verizon buys Yahoo; Nintendo shares drop; Facebook vs. Snapchat; Clinton’s gaming app

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July 26, 2016

Verizon is adding Yahoo to its belt of acquisitions

Verizon is adding Yahoo to its belt of acquisitions

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.
Read more on Fortune

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.
Read more on CNN Money

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.
Read more on Bloomberg

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.
Read more on CNET

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