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    1. HP Breakup: Microsoft Next To Split Consumer, Commercial Lines?

      HP Breakup: Microsoft Next To Split Consumer, Commercial Lines?

      Breakup fever has hit Silicon Valley. EBay announced last week that it will spin off its PayPal e-payments unit, while Hewlett-Packard stunned markets on Monday with word that it will split into two companies -- one focused on commercial customers, the other on consumers. The next candidate for a major divestiture may now be Microsoft, which some investors have said is too diverse to operate ...

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    2. AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: We've Already Had 'The Worst Merger In History'

      AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: We've Already Had 'The Worst Merger In History'

      Should AOL merge with Yahoo? While AOL CEO Tim Armstrong declined to comment directly on the issue, he said AOL has a long, tortured history with one ill-concieved merger: the one between AOL and Time Warner in 2000. “We had the worst merger in history,” Armstrong said, referring to the company’s ill-fated purchase of Time Warner in a speech at the Interactive Advertising Bureau's MIXX ...

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    3. Hyundai Directors Kept In Dark On Size Of $10B Land Bid

      Hyundai Directors Kept In Dark On Size Of $10B Land Bid

      (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor and two listed affiliates did not seek board clearance for the size of their record $10 billion (6.14 billion British pound) bid for a plot of land in Seoul, more than triple its appraised value, four board members of the companies told Reuters. Thursday's winning bid for the land sent shares in Hyundai Motor, Kia Motors and Hyundai Mobis plunging, wiping out $8 billion ...

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    4. Dan Loeb Discloses Stake In Giant Fertilizer Producer CF Industries (CF), Sends Stock Climbing

      Dan Loeb Discloses Stake In Giant Fertilizer Producer CF Industries (CF), Sends Stock Climbing

      Hedge fund investor Dan Loeb may be exiting Yahoo Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO), but he has set his sights on the fertilizer industry. Third Point LLC, Loeb's hedge fund, bought a large stake in nitrogen fertilizer manufacturer CF Industries Holdings Inc. (NYSE:CF), the biggest U.S. producer of nitrogen fertilizer, during the second quarter, Reuters reported Monday...

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    5. RIM Activist Investor: Split Company In Half For Sale

      RIM Activist Investor: Split Company In Half For Sale

      Two months ago, Toronto activist investor Victor Alboini, whose Jaguar Financial has a stake just below 5 percent in Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM), said the company will be gone in a year. Wednesday, after CEO Thorsten Heins called in Wall Street bankers for strategic advice, Alboini said it's time to split the ailing BlackBerry developer in half for sale. During the day, RIM shares set a 52 ...

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