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Apple patent victory boosts Microsoft as Asian vendors scramble

Apple's decisive triumph over Samsung could open the door for Microsoft to finally hop on board the mobile boom.

China's next top models bypass the catwalk for the Web

SHANGHAI: Tian Yuan Yuan is China's top Internet model, a title she earned by promoting products from skin-tight leggings to rabbit fur bags through online shopping site Taobao Marketplace.

Alibaba Q1 net profit, revenue soar

SHANGHAI: Alibaba Group, Chinas largest e-commerce company, posted a 64% rise in revenue in the January-March quarter and a six-fold rise in net profit, cementing its position as a key beneficiary of Chinas e-commerce explosion.

Yahoo may rethink use of cash from sale

SAN FRANCISCO: Yahoo Inc startled investors by announcing that new chief executive Marissa Mayer might reconsider what it would do with the cash it got from a multi-billion dollar sale of half of its 40% stake in Chinese Internet company Alibaba Group.

Google's Mayer becomes the latest to helm Yahoo!

Yahoo! picked Google's Marissa Mayer to become its new CEO.

China preempts Apple on iPhone 5 launch

Opportunistic sellers on China's largest e-commerce platform are already accepting pre-orders for iPhone 5.

M’sia eyes 50 foreign companies to list here

PETALING JAYA: The Government is looking to increase the number of foreign companies listed in Malaysia.

Alibaba buys back 20% stake held by Yahoo for US$7.1bil

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc said it is to sell up to half of its stake in Internet entrepreneur Jack Ma's Alibaba Group back to the Chinese company for $7.1 billion, and hand most of the sale proceeds to its shareholders.

Yahoo CEO out, investor Loeb gets board seats

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters): Yahoo Inc is replacing its CEO for the third time in as many years, and giving three board seats to a hedge fund led by Daniel Loeb, putting him in a strong position to influence strategy at the struggling Internet company.

Yahoo CEO out, investor Loeb gets board seats

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc is replacing its CEO for the third time in as many years, and giving three board seats to a hedge fund led by Daniel Loeb, putting him in a strong position to influence strategy at the struggling Internet company.