Yahoo Judge Lets Hack Victims Seek Payback for Data Breaches

March 14, 2018

The remainder of Yahoo, which include stock in China's Alibaba Group Holding Inc. and Yahoo Japan worth more than $40 billion, went into New York-based Altaba Inc. Verizon and Altaba agreed to evenly split all costs tied to lawsuit liability over the data breaches as part of the Yahoo acquisition deal.



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