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Thursday, February 14, 2008
News Corp in Deal Talks With Yahoo

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is in talks to combine MySpace and other Internet properties with Yahoo to fend off Microsoft's $42.1 billion bid, according to several reports.

One proposal under discussion would value the MySpace online social network at around $6 billion to $10 billion and would give News Corp a more than 20 percent stake in a combined company, according to the Wall Street Journal Web site Wednesday.

News of the discussions were first reported by the Silicon Alley Insider blog, followed by the TechCrunch blog. A proposed deal would involve a cash infusion from News Corp and an unnamed private equity fund, according to TechCrunch.

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