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Close, but no cigar--for the time being--as Yahoo and its partners again fail to nail down an agreement, according to an AllThingsD report.
The company is reportedly considering reducing its stake in Alibaba and raising billions of dollars in cash through the deal.
The Chinese company is considering a number of acquisition options for the Web pioneer, including the possibility of a total purchase.
China's Alibaba has retained DC lobbyists at the Duberstein Group, suggesting it's gearing up to make a takeover bid for Yahoo.
The Chinese Internet company is reportedly partnering with Softbank, Blackstone Group, and Bain Capital to acquire all of Yahoo.
Alibaba Group and Softbank are reportedly discussing the possibility of acquiring Yahoo outright with the help of investment partners.
The stake Yahoo has in Alibaba Group could be worth as much as $13 billion, according to a report. Alibaba could be making plans to buy back that stake.
The companies have all reportedly shown interest in Yahoo, but will now come together to offer a deal, a new report claims.
The CEO of the Chinese Internet company says he's very interested in buying his American counterpart.
Company is currently offering a mobile operating system in Chinese, but is looking to expand globally with its English option, Reuters reports.