(Reuters) - Yahoo Inc and CNBC have formed a content sharing partnership, the companies said on Wednesday. As part of the deal, CNBC will provide stories and videos that will be featured on Yahoo Finance pages. Yahoo and CNBC will co-create original videos that will appear on Yahoo, CNBC.com and mobile devices and will be promoted on the cable channel. "This partnership is a key step forward in Yahoo's strategy to become a premium media network," said Robertson Barrett, vice president of news and finance at Yahoo. ...
Yahoo Inc and CNBC have formed a content sharing partnership, the companies said on Wednesday. As part of the deal, CNBC will provide stories and videos that will be featured on Yahoo Finance pages. Yahoo ...
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Internet pioneer Yahoo! and US cable news network CNBC on Wednesday launched a new drive to provide more original content both on the Yahoo! Finance website and on the air.CNBC will dramatically expand its presence on the site, which has a monthly audience of some 40 million users, by providing news articles, video clips and analysis, Yahoo! said on its website.Later this year the two companies will produce web videos to appear on Yahoo! Finance and CNBC.com, while Yahoo! Finance reporters will appear on CNBC, which has a television audience of some 100 million households.
REUTERS/Jason LeeWarren Buffett has his eyes on Yahoo's internet business.
He told CNBC on Monday that he'd be willing to help finance a bid including Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert for Yahoo's internet assets.
AP Photo/Frank Franklin IIThe bidding price for Yahoo's core business could be in the range of $2 billion to $3 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
That's significantly lower than the $4 billion to $8 billion range a lot of Wall Street analysts were expecting.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc Chairman Warren Buffett is backing a consortium vying for Yahoo Inc's internet assets that includes Quicken Loans Inc founder Dan Gilbert, people familiar with the matter said. While there is no certainty that the consortium will prevail in the auction, the interest of Buffett and Gilbert is a boost for the Sunnyvale, California-based company, which has been surpassed in recent years by rivals such as Alphabet Inc in the race for internet users and advertising dollars.