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The saga of Yahoo’s attempt to sell itself could finally be coming to a close.
Verizon is reportedly in ‘one-on-one’ talks to acquire the tech company for $5 billion.
Finally, even steakhouses are getting crushed by the oil crash.
Here are the top Wall Street headlines at midday:
Goldman Sachs is getting back into the corporate buyout game — Goldman Sachs Group is raising a new corporate buyout fund of between $5 billion and $8 billion — its first since the financial crisis.
The real-estate market is about to either take off or collapse — The real-estate market is one of the most important parts of the American economy. And there’s a lot of disagreement about where it’s going next.
Wall Street is pumped about blockchain — here’s a definitive list of every project out there — We warn you, this list is seriously long.
Smartphones are causing a ‘visual health crisis’ in China — A major Chinese health research center recently published a white paper on the country’s visual health. The findings weren’t great.
American manufacturing is seeing a ‘revival’ — US manufacturing is showing new signs of progress.
SCHLUMBERGER: The worst is over for oil — The world’s largest oil field services company thinks the crude oil market has bottomed.
Nigeria’s currency just tumbled to a record low — The Nigerian naira just dipped past 300 per dollar for the first time ever.