“That means Verizon is paying around five times free cash flow, based on the $4.8 billion price,” says Baruch Lev, distinguished professor of accounting at New York University’s Stern School of Business. “That isn’t a high number. But I’m also assuming that almost all the cash flows excluding the dividends are going to Verizon. If that’s not the case, the multiple could be excessive.”
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