Yahoo closes $7.6B repurchase deal with Alibaba
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Alibaba completes initial $7.6 billion share repurchase of Yahoo stake

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New Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has just closed an initial repurchase of shares from Yahoo! for the value of $7.6 billion. We’ve known since May that Yahoo would be reducing its stake in Alibaba, and now this deal is moving in full-force. At the moment, only 20% of Yahoo’s 40% stake in Alibaba has been...
Alibaba completes initial $7.6 billion share repurchase of Yahoo stake

Alibaba Closes $7.6 Billion Yahoo Deal

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Yahoo has closed the multi-billion-dollar sale of half its assets in China’s Alibaba Group. Alibaba said Tuesday that t has completed the initial repurchase of shares from Yahoo! and restructured its relationship with the Silicon Valley company in a deal valued at $7.6 billion. Details to follow....
Alibaba Closes $7.6 Billion Yahoo Deal

Alibaba CTO: Google has strayed from its 'Don't be evil' motto

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Chinese ecommerce leader Alibaba’s CTO Wang Jian has spoken out against Google and its handling of Android, adding to a growing rift between the two companies that began when a joint smartphone launch from Alibaba and Acer was canceled last week. The open letter (via Techweb) has strong words for...
Alibaba CTO: Google has strayed from its 'Don't be evil' motto

Alleged Leaked iPad Mini Pics Show Lightening Port, Odd Hole On The Back

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Before the hot-selling iPhone 5 launched into existence, most of the surprise had already been ruined. We saw parts, heard about launch dates, and even saw full-fledged photos of the device. So if that disappointed you as much as it did me, you might want to look away. These leaked...
Alleged Leaked iPad Mini Pics Show Lightening Port, Odd Hole On The Back

Unanswered Questions About Google's Strange Fight With Alibaba in China

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There’s a lot of weirdness about the fight between Google and Alibaba over the latter’s new mobile operating system in China. Although there have been several reports on the spat, all have ultimately raised more questions than they’ve answered. “Google Objects To Acer-Alibaba Phone,” said the Wall Street Journal. “Alibaba:...
Unanswered Questions About Google's Strange Fight With Alibaba in China

Alibaba: Our mobile strategy and Aliyun will continue unchanged

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Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has revealed that its mobile strategy and Aliyun operating system will continue unchanged despite becoming the center-piece of a dispute with Google that saw a key handset launch cancelled. The company, which is predicted to see its gross sales overtake Amazon and eBay combined this year, was...
Alibaba: Our mobile strategy and Aliyun will continue unchanged

Google Openly Makes Acer Cancel A New Smartphone Press Conference

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Google Openly Makes Acer Cancel A New Smartphone Press Conference: Dow Jones: Alibaba said that Acer "was notified by Google that if the product runs Aliyun OS, Google will terminate its Android- related cooperation and other technology licensing with our partner....We regret Google's action." So much to say on this....
Google Openly Makes Acer Cancel A New Smartphone Press Conference
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Last week in Asia: Alibaba's Android drama, Facebook overtakes Mixi, JP Morgan makes Lazada investment

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Welcome to the latest instalment of Last Week in Asia, our roundup of the key stories and developments from across Asia’s growing technology and Internet spaces. China Top story: Google forced Android partner Acer to cancel joint smartphone launch, Alibaba claims It was never likely to be a globally impacting phone, but the...
Last week in Asia: Alibaba's Android drama, Facebook overtakes Mixi, JP Morgan makes Lazada investment
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