Icahn tells Yahoo to sell for $48.7 billion

Icahn tells Yahoo to sell for $48.7 billion
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Carl Icahn on Friday told Yahoo Inc that it should offer to sell the company to Microsoft Corp for $34.375 per share, or about $48.7 billion, as the financier fired another volley in an acrimonious war of words.[Lees verder]

T-Mobile sues Starbucks over AT&T Internet deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – T-Mobile USA is suing Starbucks, saying the coffee shop chain secretly colluded with AT&T to offer free WiFi Internet access in its cafes despite an exclusive agreement with T-Mobile.[Lees verder]

Amazon.com site fails for 2 hours, cause unknown
BOSTON (Reuters) – Online retailer Amazon.com Inc said its U.S. website was down for about 2 hours on Friday but said it was unsure what had blocked access to the world’s biggest online store.[Lees verder]

France expects first online betting permits in 2009
PARIS (Reuters) – France will begin issuing authorization for online betting operators from the second half of 2009 after agreeing with the European Union to open up the market, Budget Minister Eric Woerth said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Labels eye variable pricing for digital sales
DENVER (Billboard) – Arguably the No. 1 item on record labels’ to-do list for the year is, “Establish variable pricing for digital downloads.”[Lees verder]

“Grand Theft Auto IV” pays at Take-Two
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) — How well has “Grand Theft Auto IV” done?[Lees verder]

Ninjas, Legos a good summer start for gamers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The start of summer is often bittersweet for gamers: there is lots of free time to play, but typically few new releases to fill the long days.[Lees verder]

Icahn tells Yahoo to sell for $48.7 billion
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Carl Icahn on Friday told Yahoo Inc that it should offer to sell the company to Microsoft Corp for $34.375 per share, or about $48.7 billion, as the financier fired another volley in an acrimonious war of words.[Lees verder]

T-Mobile sues Starbucks over AT&T Internet deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – T-Mobile USA is suing Starbucks, saying the coffee shop chain secretly colluded with AT&T to offer free WiFi Internet access in its cafes despite an exclusive agreement with T-Mobile.[Lees verder]

Amazon.com site fails for 2 hours, cause unknown
BOSTON (Reuters) – Online retailer Amazon.com Inc said its U.S. website was down for about 2 hours on Friday but said it was unsure what had blocked access to the world’s biggest online store.[Lees verder]

France expects first online betting permits in 2009
PARIS (Reuters) – France will begin issuing authorization for online betting operators from the second half of 2009 after agreeing with the European Union to open up the market, Budget Minister Eric Woerth said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Labels eye variable pricing for digital sales
DENVER (Billboard) – Arguably the No. 1 item on record labels’ to-do list for the year is, “Establish variable pricing for digital downloads.”[Lees verder]

“Grand Theft Auto IV” pays at Take-Two
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) — How well has “Grand Theft Auto IV” done?[Lees verder]

Ninjas, Legos a good summer start for gamers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The start of summer is often bittersweet for gamers: there is lots of free time to play, but typically few new releases to fill the long days.[Lees verder]