Dennis Berman

Wall Street Journal

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Business editor for the Wall Street Journal

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Two familiar companies with different roles in the communications industry are planning to get together.  Verizon, the phone company, is buying AOL  for $4.4 billion.

Verizon to Buy AOL, Dive Deeper into Mobile Video

Two familiar companies with different roles in the communications industry are planning to get together. Verizon, the phone company, is buying AOL for $4.4 billion.

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Shares in  Twitter  were initially priced at $26 during yesterday's stock-market launch.

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