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Watch out apple -- at Samsung.
Microsoft is innovating it's buying Nokia Smartphones and patents for seven point two billion dollars the deal marks a major step -- Microsoft's push to transform itself from a software maker focused on desktop and laptops.
Into -- more -- a towel company that delivers on mobile.
In other deal news Verizon will own its wireless business out right after agreeing to -- the 45%.
Stake a Verizon Wireless.
Owned by British cell phone company Vodafone the price tag.
A lot you know 130 billion dollars making it one of the biggest Telecom deals -- all time.
And Time Warner Cable and media giants CBS have reached a deal.
After a month of dead air for CBS more than three million homes in New York City Dallas and Los Angeles got CBS programming again Monday night.
And on Wall Street I -- month and you worry investors are facing scary September.
After the stock market slogged through a tough August the S&P 500 stocks you likely owning a Portland case suffered their worst monthly decline.
Since last may.
And September isn't looking much better either -- traditionally the worst month of the year for stocks.
And there's a lot on the agenda this year a Federal Reserve meeting a budget fight on Capitol Hill.
And political unrest in Syria.
Some more light on foxbusiness.com.
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