AOL, private equity firms mull bid for Yahoo - report

Thursday 14 October 2010 | 09:06 CET | News
AOL and several private-equity firms could team up to make a bid for Yahoo, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Silver Lake Partners and Blackstone are among the companies that have expressed interest in teaming up with AOL to buy Yahoo or trying to take it private on their own, the people said, adding that two or three other firms could be interested in participating if a formal buyout proposal is drawn up. The sources cautioned that talks are vey much in a preliminary stage and do not yet involve Yahoo. One of the scenarios under discussion is a deal in

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Alibaba / AOL / Yahoo!
Countries: World
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