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  1. CMO Today: Facebook Pays Up for Live Video

    CMO Today: Facebook Pays Up for Live Video

  2. Does LinkedIn Deal Signal Microsoft Wants Back In on the Ad Business?

    Does LinkedIn Deal Signal Microsoft Wants Back In on the Ad Business?

  3. Vodafone's New Zealand Unit to Merge With Sky Network Television

    Vodafone's New Zealand Unit to Merge With Sky Network Television

  4. Verizon to Bid $3 Billion for Yahoo's Web Assets

    Verizon to Bid $3 Billion for Yahoo's Web Assets

  5. Verizon to Bid $3 Billion for Yahoo's Web Assets -- Update

    Verizon to Bid $3 Billion for Yahoo's Web Assets -- Update

  6. Verizon's Video Play in AOL Deal No Sure Thing

    We remain skeptical of Verizon's potential in video as established players, like Google, and new firms attack the market.

  7. Question for advisers: Why did Verizon buy dial-up dinosaur AOL ?

    Because the company has its sights on mobile, and so should you.

  8. Cheap Exposure to the U.S. Telecom Firms

    For investors with a strong conviction about the fortunes of telecom firms, this ETF's low fees make it an appealing option.

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