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Several days ago at Stanford University, a Chinese executive said he was "very interested in Yahoo." Jack Ma runs a giant e-commerce website in China called Alibaba. Six years ago, Yahoo bought a 40 percent stake in Alibaba, and is the biggest investor in the Chinese site. But Yahoo fortunes have waned, making it takeover target.
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