The operator company Verizon confirmed on Monday that it will buy the Internet company Yahoo's core business for approximately 4.83 billion dollars.

According to Verizon, Verizon acquired businesses will be integrated to the new AOL unit, which was created about a year ago, when Verizon purchased Internet service AOL.

Yahoo's real estate assets included in the deal, but Yahoo's patents are excluded.

Patents are intended to be sold separately.

Trade Vellon to stop for a couple of decades of speculation about the future of Yahoo into difficulties.

grown developed at Stanford University Startup Yahoo has suffered from the competition, especially against Google and Facebook.

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