eBay settles with Skype founders, and will sell its controlling interest in the Internet telephony company.
eBay will move forward with selling its stake in Skype, the company said Friday, now that a licensing dispute over the software that underlies Skype's service has been settled. eBay will get $1.9 billion in cash in the deal, which will close by the end of the year.
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