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Internet giants are like any other business - they can decay and die - Telegraph.co.uk;

Internet giants are like any other business - they can decay and die - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukInternet giants are like any other business - they can decay and dieTelegraph.co.ukBack in 2000, at the height of the dotcom bubble, it would have made a better than average April Fool's joke. Running a story that the Daily Mail was thinking about taking over the web giant Yahoo would have raised some wry smiles, in much the same way ...and more »

Daily Mail in 'early stage' talks with potential Yahoo bidders - Irish Examiner;

Daily Mail in 'early stage' talks with potential Yahoo bidders - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerDaily Mail in 'early stage' talks with potential Yahoo biddersIrish ExaminerThe publisher of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper is interested in buying Yahoo's media and news properties and is in talks to join with potential bidders who would carve up the US Internet company. “Discussions are at a very early stage,” a ...and more »

Microsoft, Verizon, Google, UK's Daily Mail set sights on search icon Yahoo! - Digital Trends;

Microsoft, Verizon, Google, UK's Daily Mail set sights on search icon Yahoo! - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsMicrosoft, Verizon, Google, UK's Daily Mail set sights on search icon Yahoo!Digital TrendsIf you've been hankering to buy a once-pioneering search engine company, you better get in the game, and quick. The sharks are circling the slowly sinking Yahoo, and the latest great white to arrive is England's Daily Mail tabloid, which is reportedly ...and more »

What could a Daily Mail purchase of Yahoo mean? - Christian Science Monitor;

What could a Daily Mail purchase of Yahoo mean? - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorWhat could a Daily Mail purchase of Yahoo mean?Christian Science MonitorThe British tabloid is one of 40 companies reportedly considering a bid for the struggling Internet company, which has been under pressure from shareholders to revive its profits. By Max Lewontin, Staff April 11, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. A ...and more »

A Yahoo deal could be good news for Daily Mail - Financial Times;

A Yahoo deal could be good news for Daily Mail - Financial Times

Financial TimesA Yahoo deal could be good news for Daily MailFinancial TimesYahoo is finally getting some love. The purple-plastered internet brand, best known for its glory days in the last dotcom boom, is attracting bidders including media companies, technology rivals and private equity firms after years of being valued ...and more »

Daily Mail tabloid newspaper planning bid for Yahoo: report - SiliconBeat

Daily Mail tabloid newspaper planning bid for Yahoo: reportSiliconBeatPhotos of scantily clad celebrities boozing it up on tropical resort balconies could be coming to Yahoo's home page. Britain's Daily Mail tabloid newspaper is in talks with investors over a possible purchase of the troubled Internet firm, which is ...and more »

Daily Mail owner DMGT eyes up Yahoo ahead of internet giant's April 18 deadline day for offers - This is Money;

Daily Mail owner DMGT eyes up Yahoo ahead of internet giant's April 18 deadline day for offers - This is Money

This is MoneyDaily Mail owner DMGT eyes up Yahoo ahead of internet giant's April 18 deadline day for offersThis is MoneyThe owner of the Daily Mail newspaper and DailyMail.com is eyeing up a bid for US tech giant Yahoo. Daily Mail and General Trust confirmed talks had taken place with a private equity company about a joint offer but added that the process was still in ...and more »

Daily Mail Says It's in Talks With Potential Yahoo Bidders - Bloomberg;

Daily Mail Says It's in Talks With Potential Yahoo Bidders - Bloomberg

BloombergDaily Mail Says It's in Talks With Potential Yahoo BiddersBloombergThe publisher of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper is interested in buying Yahoo! Inc.'s media and news properties, according to a person familiar with the matter, and is in talks to join with potential bidders who would carve up the U.S. Internet company.and more »

Yahoo: Why would Daily Mail or anyone else buy net firm? - BBC News;

Yahoo: Why would Daily Mail or anyone else buy net firm? - BBC News

BBC NewsYahoo: Why would Daily Mail or anyone else buy net firm?BBC NewsRecently, there have been more stories about Yahoo shutting bits of its business than celebrating successes. The firm's own internet services are now valued to be worth a fraction of its stake in the e-commerce giant Alibaba. So, after the US tax ...and more »

Here's Why Yahoo! (YHOO) Stock is Up Today, Jim Cramer Comments - TheStreet.com;

Here's Why Yahoo! (YHOO) Stock is Up Today, Jim Cramer Comments - TheStreet.com

TheStreet.comHere's Why Yahoo! (YHOO) Stock is Up Today, Jim Cramer CommentsTheStreet.comYahoo! (YHOO) stock is gaining on Monday as the parent company of the Daily Mail is in talks with potential partners about a joint bid for the company's internet assets. Kaya Yurieff. Follow. Apr 11, 2016 12:02 PM EDT. Get TheStreet Quant Ratings ...and more »

Marissa's magic in purple! Daily Mail attends lavish bid party for Yahoo - Ars Technica UK;

Marissa's magic in purple! Daily Mail attends lavish bid party for Yahoo - Ars Technica UK

Ars Technica UKMarissa's magic in purple! Daily Mail attends lavish bid party for YahooArs Technica UKYahoo has an unlikely would-be suitor: step forward Daily Mail & General Trust, the owner of the UK tabloid and website, which is considering bidding for the waning Internet company. An earlier Wall Street Journal report—which said that the publishing ...and more »

Britain's Daily Mail considers a bid for Yahoo - Los Angeles Times;

Britain's Daily Mail considers a bid for Yahoo - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesBritain's Daily Mail considers a bid for YahooLos Angeles TimesTech firms and telecoms have shown interest in snatching up Yahoo. But with one week until bids are due, a new name has emerged that few were expecting: British newspaper and online tabloid the Daily Mail. A spokesman for DailyMail.com confirmed that ...and more »

A Controversial British Tabloid Is Considering a Yahoo Bid - Vanity Fair;

A Controversial British Tabloid Is Considering a Yahoo Bid - Vanity Fair

Vanity FairA Controversial British Tabloid Is Considering a Yahoo BidVanity FairYahoo's core business is up for grabs, and there's been no shortage of tech, telecom and media giants, and private-equity firms that are reportedly vying for pieces of the company. By Re/code's Kara Swisher's count, several dozen entities are at least ...and more »

The Daily Mail Could Be Tumblr's New Owner In Surprise Yahoo! Deal - Huffington Post UK;

The Daily Mail Could Be Tumblr's New Owner In Surprise Yahoo! Deal - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKThe Daily Mail Could Be Tumblr's New Owner In Surprise Yahoo! DealHuffington Post UKThe Daily Mail is exploring a possible bid for internet giant Yahoo!, owner of notorious time-thief Tumblr. The British-based publisher, which owns both the mid-market tabloid and the online 'sidebar of shame', says it is in the very early stages of ...and more »

Daily Mail in talks with private equity firms on Yahoo bid - CNBC;

Daily Mail in talks with private equity firms on Yahoo bid - CNBC

CNBCDaily Mail in talks with private equity firms on Yahoo bidCNBCThe parent company of the Daily Mail is in talks with private equity firms for a possible bid for Yahoo. "Given the success of DailyMail.com and Elite Daily we have been in discussions with a number of parties who are potential bidders," a DailyMail ...and more »

Daily Mail owner may bid to buy Yahoo - CBC.ca;

Daily Mail owner may bid to buy Yahoo - CBC.ca

CBC.caDaily Mail owner may bid to buy YahooCBC.caThe owner of Britain's Daily Mail is in early discussions over a bid for the ailing U.S. internet company Yahoo. The Wall Street Journal first reported Sunday that the media company is speaking with private equity firms about an offer. A spokesman for ...and more »

Daily Mail investors reaction to Yahoo talks: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ - Business Insider;

Daily Mail investors reaction to Yahoo talks: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ - Business Insider

Business InsiderDaily Mail investors reaction to Yahoo talks: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯Business InsiderOn Sunday evening, reports suggested that DMGT is investigating a possible bid for Yahoo, according to The Wall Street Journal. On Monday morning, talks were confirmed, with the company saying that "discussions are at a very early stage". In a ...and more »

Daily Mail considers bid for ailing Yahoo - Telegraph.co.uk;

Daily Mail considers bid for ailing Yahoo - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukDaily Mail considers bid for ailing YahooTelegraph.co.ukDaily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) is considering a bid to buy the ailing tech giant Yahoo, after confirming that it has approached private equity firms about a deal. Internet company Yahoo has a market value of $38bn (£27bn) but has struggled since ...and more »

Daily Mail owner to buy Yahoo? - Netimperative

Daily Mail owner to buy Yahoo?NetimperativeThe owner of the Daily Mail has become the latest media giant to consider buying Yahoo, according to a news report. The Wall Street Journal reports that the newspaper's parent company Daily Mail and General Trust Group (DMGT) is in discussion with ...and more »

Yahoo Mail Goes Down For Many Users In Europe And US - Tech Times;

Yahoo Mail Goes Down For Many Users In Europe And US - Tech Times

Tech TimesYahoo Mail Goes Down For Many Users In Europe And USTech TimesYahoo Mail was down for a few hours for some users in the European and U.S. continent on April 9. Yahoo! Mail users took to social media sites, Twitter and Reddit, to confirm that it wasn't an individual case. ( Josh Hallett | Flickr ). Advertisement ...and more »