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Investors, Rivals Complicate Dell's Going Private

Several potential bidders may be preparing offers to counter the effort by Dell founder Michael Dell to take the company private, from shareholder Southeastern Asset Management to rival computer maker Hewlett-Packard to famed investor Carl Icahn.

Market Minute: Time Warner in Talks With Meredith Corp On Magazines

Time Warner is in talks to sell the majority of its Time Inc magazine division to Meredith Corp, according to a source familiar with the situation. The valuation being ascribed to Time Inc, with titles such as Time, Sports Illustrated and People, ranges from $2 billion to $3.5 billion.

Can Google's Android Undercut iTunes for News?

Google is considering a plan to charge publishers less to sell news to Android users than the 30% fee that Apple typically charges to sell apps on iTunes. Will that be enough to attract news publishers?

Longtime Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore Stepping Down

The world's biggest magazine company is getting a new boss. Ann Moore, who has served as chairman and chief executive of Time Inc. since 2002, is relinquishing the CEO title to a newcomer, Jack Griffin, previously of Meredith Corp.