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Internet call service Skype files for IPO

b>NEW YORK:/bSkype SA, the Internet calling service that was controlled until last year by eBay Inc, filed for a US initial public offering.


Seagate in talks with party about going private

b>SCOTTS VALLEY (California)/b>: Disk drive and storage maker Seagate Technology PLC says it is in discussions with an unnamed party that is interested in taking the company private.


Google launches RM9bil debt offering

b>MOUNTAIN VIEW/b(California): Google Inc has added to its cash hoard by issuing US$3bil (RM9bil) in corporate debt at low interest rates. It's the first time Google has tapped the corporate bond market for money.


BlackBerry outage could accelerate shift to iPhone

b>NEW YORK:/bJohn Stuart has been chained to his BlackBerry for years, first as a systems manager for Wall Street bank Morgan Stanley and then as chief information officer for Beverly Hills Wealth Management.


RIM investors fear more bad news on QNX

b>TORONTO:/bResearch In Motion has already doled out a big helping of bad news ahead of its coming financial results, but surprises could still await investors hungry for details about what many see as a new, make-or-break BlackBerry.


Bankers seek prestige over fees in Facebook IPO

b>PALO ALTO (California)/b>: Facebook's initial public offering is likely to set a new standard for how low investment banks are willing to go on advisory fees to win big business.


Facebook’s Zuckerberg to keep iron grip after IPO

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Facebook unveiled plans for the biggest ever Internet IPO that could raise as much as US$10bil (RM30bil), but made it clear CEO Mark Zuckerberg will exercise almost complete control over the company, leaving investors with little say.


Zuckerberg kicks off Facebook investor show

b>NEW YORK/b>: Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg fielded questions about the No 1 social network's slowing revenue growth and its US$1bil (RM3bil) purchase of Instagram as he kicked off a cross-country roadshow to promote the company's US$10bil (RM30bil) initial public offering (IPO).


Did banks cross the line in Facebook research calls?

Questions are being raised about how and why stock analysts decided to cut their financial forecasts on Facebook ahead of the IPO.


Shareholders sue Facebook, NYSE comes calling

The fallout from Facebook Inc's messy initial public offering widened as shareholders sued the social network and its bankers.