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Big deals for digital content providers
The deal is welcome news for Netflix, which has seen its stock price plummet more than 75% in the past few months after a series of management missteps. Financial terms of the deals weren't disclosed. Read more at The Wall Street Journal.
Yahoo! leans toward dividend
Shares of digital media company Yahoo!
Before today, Yahoo! was considering offers from private-equity buyers interested in purchasing the entire company. However, a change of ownership would endanger the tax-free treatment of a subsequent sale of Yahoo!'s stake in Alibaba. No final decision has been made. Read more at Bloomberg.
Around the world in currency news
U.S. stocks fell more than 1% early this morning, as the dollar rallied following the Bank of Japan's decision to intervene against the recent rise in the yen. The dollar's rise of nearly 3% against the yen likely contributed to a broad decline in stocks, with financials taking the biggest hit. Shares of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America
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