japanese partner

japanese partner

Exclusive: Yahoo Finally Set to Strike Alibaba Share Deal -- Half Now, Then Half of What's Left After Eventual IPO

allthingsd.com
Yahoo is in the final stages of selling a large chunk of its stake in China’s Alibaba Group back to the company — in a complex deal that is set to include a multi-billion-dollar share buyback to investors of the Silicon Valley Internet giant and an eventual IPO of...
Exclusive: Yahoo Finally Set to Strike Alibaba Share Deal -- Half Now, Then Half of What's Left After Eventual IPO

NEC LaVie Y brings Lenovo's 360-degree IdeaPad Yoga hybrid tablet to Japan

www.engadget.com
Don't think that Lenovo is keeping the IdeaPad Yoga's bendy secrets all to itself: its Japanese partner NEC is bringing a variant of the ARM-based Yoga 11 to the land of the rising sun as the LaVie Y. The 11.6-inch blend of laptop and tablet keeps the signature 360-degree...
NEC LaVie Y brings Lenovo's 360-degree IdeaPad Yoga hybrid tablet to Japan
Japan: a beacon for weary solar makers

Yahoo and Alibaba Officially Shake on $7 Billion Stock Sale Deal

allthingsd.com
As AllThingsD.com reported several days ago they would, Yahoo and Alibaba Group have finally officially agreed to a deal for the Silicon Valley Internet giant to sell back half its stake in the Chinese Web company in a $7 billion deal. The taxable share sale agreement, which has been...
Yahoo and Alibaba Officially Shake on $7 Billion Stock Sale Deal

The World's Second Biggest PC-Maker Is Raising Monster Piles Of Cash To Take On The Smartphone Market

www.businessinsider.com
SINGAPORE/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No.2 PC maker, is in detailed discussions on a smartphone venture with NEC Corp, a Japanese partner in PCs whose mobile business is faltering, as it eyes partnerships and acquisitions to expand in high-growth markets. Lenovo has been aggressively forging deals over the past eight years to gain...
The World's Second Biggest PC-Maker Is Raising Monster Piles Of Cash To Take On The Smartphone Market

Twitter’s Japanese partner Digital Garage buys Photozou from Zynga Japan

thenextweb.com
Digital Garage, Inc, the company that creates portals for many western sites in Japan has acquired the Photozou [jp] photo sharing service from Zynga Japan. Photozou, was founded in 2005 and is one of Japan’s largest photo sharing services. It has around 2.4 million members and a cumulative upload of about 130...
Twitter’s Japanese partner Digital Garage buys Photozou from Zynga Japan
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?