Yahoo slashed the price of the sale of its core Internet business to Verizon by $350 million following a pair of major data breaches at Yahoo, the two companies announced Tuesday.
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Snap said to plan to publicly file for IPO late next week
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Facebook tunes trending topics to better deliver news
Under pressure to stymie the spread of fake news, Facebook on Wednesday modified its system for showing trending topics.