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YAHOO Verizon said serious hacker incidents might abandon the acquisition to view the latest market Sina Technology News Beijing time on October 14th morning news, Verizon said on Thursday that the company had "reasonable basis" that have had a severe impact of large-scale email data breaches encountered by YAHOO, and Verizon can exit the $4 billion 800 million acquisition of YAHOO Internet business. Verizon general counsel Craig Sirimann (Craig Silliman) said that this data breach can trigger a clause in the transaction, allowing Verizon not to complete the transaction. He said: "we have a reasonable basis that the current impact is real, we are looking forward to YAHOO to show us the full impact. If they think there is no effect, then they need to prove to us." He declined to say whether Verizon and YAHOO are re negotiating the purchase price. YAHOO spokesman said: we are confident of the value of YAHOO, we will continue to promote integration with Verizon." Terms of the deal, if there is a new event, "it is reasonable to consider that the YAHOO of the business, property, assets, operating performance and financial condition have a substantial adverse effects, so Verizon can exit. Sireman said that the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved the acquisition of YAHOO Verizon program, but the deal still needs to get the European Commission and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved. YAHOO has been informed of the incident on the Verizon. But Sireman said, Verizon still need to get important information from YAHOO, and then to judge the severity of the hacking incident. He said, Verizon is evaluating the incident, and will be based on the severity of the assessment to determine how to promote the transaction. Affected by this news, YAHOO shares fell 1.75% on Thursday in the U.S. stock market trading, Verizon shares remained flat. (Zhang Fan)相关的主题文章: