November 26, 2009
Mail.com Media Corp. assets Mail.com: Portal that includes e-mail services, news and other information. Many links to other MMC sites. HollywoodLife.com: Celebrity and fashion news, run by Bonnie Fuller. Deadline.com: Entertainment industry news, run by Nikki Finke. Movieline.com: Movie and television news, run by former editors of Defamer. OnCars.com: Joint venture with Motr Inc., for car buyers and enthusiasts. Fan.com: Web address owned by MMC that hasn't yet launched.
February 14, 2012 |
Yahoo Inc.'s discussions to sell its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and its Japanese operations have reached an impasse, according to a person briefed on the matter. Representatives of Alibaba and Softbank Corp., co-owner of Yahoo Japan Corp., are prepared to approach Yahoo Chief Executive Scott Thompson to explore another arrangement that would let companies buy back their stakes, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the talks are private. The value of the Asian assets is about $11.5 billion, said Sameet Sinha, an analyst at B. Riley & Co. in San Francisco.
April 27, 2012 |
Palm Desert National Bank was seized by regulators Friday and sold to Pacific Premier Bank of Costa Mesa, which promised to be open for business as usual Monday. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said depositors of the one-branch bank would be unaffected because Pacific Premier agreed to take all $123 million in Palm Desert deposits. Pacific Premier President Stephen Gardner said customers of the Palm Desert bank "will continue to conduct business as normal with the employees with whom they have built a solid long-term relationship.
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November 14, 2001
Re "U.S. Coalition Freezes Assets in Terror War," Nov. 8: The U.S. needs to take freezing the assets a step further. These assets should be used to aid and rebuild what the terrorist attacks have destroyed, whether it be to rebuild the twin towers, aid the families who lost loved ones or put money into the rebuilding of Afghanistan. Good always triumphs over evil, and wouldn't justice be served by using Osama bin Laden's and Al Qaeda's money to do the job? Mara Abrams Newbury Park
January 18, 2013 |
WASHINGTON - A new advocacy organization launched by aides to President Obama on Friday will lease the database developed by his reelection campaign, which plans to hold onto such valuable assets for the foreseeable future. The arrangement will give Obama aides tight control over the use of the voter files, software and email lists assembled for his reelection bid, which are coveted by other Democratic candidates and interest groups. While the new group, Organizing for Action, does not have an exclusive deal to use those tools, the campaign has not yet made any decisions about who else will get access to them, according to a campaign official.
March 6, 2012 |
More than three years after its collapse during the darkest moments of the global financial crisis, Lehman Bros. Holdings Inc. emerged from bankruptcy Tuesday. Rather than the start of a new chapter, however, the move is just the latest maneuver in a drawn-out process of unwinding Lehman that has gone on far longer than expected. Lehman announced that it will begin distributeing assets to creditors in a “complete liquidation.” But that process will take years, meaning that Lehman - or more accurately, its legal doppelganger - is unlikely to vanish anytime soon.