Vodafone Keeps Verizon Dividend

Vodafone Keeps Verizon Dividend

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New Vodafone said it will keep the $3.15 billion dividend payment it will receive from Verizon Wireless and plow it into its flagging operations in Europe, which weighed heavily on the mobile giant's full-year profit....
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