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Alibaba Group announced on Tuesday that it has bought back $7.6 billion dollars worth of stock from Yahoo Inc., moving the Chinese e-commerce giant one step closer to an initial public offering.
US Internet pioneer Yahoo, which has been struggling with cash flow and market relevance, has agreed to sell its stake in China’s top e-commerce player, Alibaba, for at least $7.1 billion, the two companies announced this weekend.
Yahoo and its longtime Chinese partner Alibaba are in the midst of complex negotiations to restructure the California-based web portal and search engine company's Asian holdings.
According to congressional fillings, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group may be trying to make a bid to buy all of Yahoo Inc.
Global markets are abuzz as reports emerged Thursday that the Chinese e-commerce titan the Alibaba Group will try to finance as much as $4 billion of debt in an attempt to buy back Yahoo’s 40 percent stake in their company.
RESTON, Va., Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released a report on selected global retail and auction sites based on data from the comScore Media Metrix service.
According to reports, Yahoo Inc has reached an agreement with Chinese partner Alibaba Group over Yahoo's compensation for the transfer in ownership of Alibaba payments service Alipay.
Dispute over a major Internet asset transfer has escalated the already strained relationship between Yahoo Inc and Alibaba Group, a Chinese Internet company, as they struggle to iron out differences.
NEW YORK, March 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Get content from Alibaba.com at: http://www.thenewsmarket.com/Releases/StoryDetailPage.aspx?GUID=57803952-9c7f-43f0-8ddf-c7fd9c973e35 Alibaba.com Limited (HKSE: 1688) (1688.HK), the world's leading small business e-commerce company, today announced financial results for the quarter and year ended December 31, 2010, which demonstrate our strategies to evolve our business model are setting the foundation for balanced, continued long-term growth.
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