The UK government has announced that it is taking bids from cities around the country in order to receive funding to roll out 5G network connectivity. A decision on the winner will be made by summer.
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Yahoo has put 3,000 patents up for auction as a part of its plans to sell its core web search and advertising businesses. The patents are expected to fetch more than $1 billion.
There is yet more interest in ailing search giant Yahoo. Today, it's the turn of British tabloid newspaper Daily Mail, who is considering purchasing Sunnyvale company.
Verizon will reportedly bid for Yahoo's core business next week, valuing it below $8bn. Google is also said to be considering a bid, but Microsoft is unlikely to offer more than a 'token investment'.
As rumours swirl that its $4.7bn deal to sell to Fairfax may collapse, BlackBerry executives reportedly met with Facebook last week to discuss the possibility of it bidding for the struggling company.
Amazon has come under fire for their applications for the new TLDs, such as .book, .author and .read, with some calling it "anticompetitive" or a way to further their own business.
It is being reported that Microsoft has signed a NDA with Yahoo! so that the company can take a closer look at the company's financials. It is clear that Microsoft is still interested in Yahoo!.
Microsoft withdrew its offer for Yahoo Inc on Saturday as negotiations fell through on price, even after the software giant raised its bid by about $5 billion to $47.5 billion. Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer...
Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer may be experiencing a case of bidder's remorse after making an unsolicited $42.3 billion offer to buy Yahoo Inc. Speaking to a group of nearly 2,000 Microsoft enthusiasts at...
In a letter addressed to Yahoo's board of directors, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has given Yahoo three weeks to accept Microsoft Corp's $31-a-share cash-and-stock offer. "If we have not concluded an agreement within the next...
Yahoo Inc.'s board will reject Microsoft Corp.'s $44.6 billion takeover bid after concluding the unsolicited offer undervalues the slumping Internet pioneer, according to a person familiar with the situation. The decision could provoke a showdown...