Monday, August 08, 2005

Daily: Yahoo! in Talks on Record Investment in China's Alibaba

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FORBES.COM DAILY NEWSLETTER AUGUST 08, 2005

Yahoo! In Talks On Record China Investment
Russell Flannery
Billion-dollar link to Alibaba would pose a setback for eBay.

Commentary
More Turmoil In Japan
8.08.05, 6:57 AM ET - Tim Ferguson
The wall of doubt about Japan's economic reform just got steeper again.

Tales From The Marketing Wars
Fixing The Ad Industry
8.08.05, 7:17 AM ET - Jack Trout
The client/agency relationship no longer anchors on candor and honesty. Here's how to turn it around.

Financial Services
The Banks Go Begging
8.08.05, 7:04 AM ET - Liz Moyer
The competition for loan customers could result in some credit losses down the line.

Webcast
Video: Notes On The News: Runaway Rates
8.08.05, 6:00 AM ET - Paul Maidment
Continuing to raise interest rates might choke the recent economic growth.

Oxford Analytica
Gaza Withdrawal Poses Challenges For Abbas
8.08.05, 5:03 AM ET - Oxford Analytica
Israel's unilateral actions weaken Abbas and allow Palestinian factions to cast withdrawal as victory.

Webcast
Video: Yahoo! In Talks To Buy Alibaba Stake
8.08.05, 10:00 AM ET - Tara Murphy
Yahoo! may buy $1B stake in Chinese e-commerce site; Delphi considers bankruptcy; oil prices rise.

Pharmaceuticals
A New Approach to Alcoholism
8.08.05, 5:03 AM ET - Wendy Widman
Alkermes has a once-a-month shot to wean drinkers from the bottle.

Vehicles Feature
Driving The Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
8.08.05, 10:20 AM ET - Dan Lienert
Forbes.com takes a spin in one of the world's fastest, most expensive--not to mention coolest--cars.

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