Carlos Slim ups stake in NY Times to 8.1 percent

Carlos Slim, the Mexican magnate believed to be the world's richest individual, has increased his stake in the The New York Times Co. to 8.1 percent, regulatory filings showed Thursday.

Alibaba chief 'interested' in buying Yahoo!

The head of Chinese Internet giant Alibaba is "interested" in buying Yahoo! and has been approached by private equity firms and other groups about doing a deal, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

RIM shares soar on Icahn stake reports

Shares of Research In Motion rose sharply on Wall Street on Tuesday amid speculation that billionaire US investor Carl Icahn has taken a stake in the troubled BlackBerry maker.

Top Groupon exec jumps back to Google

Groupon revealed that the startup's chief operating officer was leaving after just five months for a job at her former employer -- Google.

Groupon IPO expected in October-November: report

Bargaining website Groupon's planned IPO is back on track after a run-in with regulators and it hopes to go public in late October or early November, the New York Times reported Thursday.

HP extends offer for Autonomy

US computer giant Hewlett-Packard said on Tuesday it is extending its $10.24 billion offer for Autonomy as it seeks to bring more shareholders of the British software company on board.

China's Alibaba chief silent on Yahoo stake

The head of Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, Jack Ma, Saturday gave no hint of the future of Yahoo!'s stake in his firm but said he wasn't responsible for the recent ouster of its chief.

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