Myspace co-founder Chris DeWolfe is among the interested parties in News Corporation’s sell-off of the social network, according to a Reuters report. It suggests that DeWolfe is one of around 20 potential bidders, who are currently scrutinising the Myspace figures to decide whether to make an acquisition offer. Another intriguing name: Chinese internet company Tencent, which wants to get into the US market. Even Myspace’s current executive team are cited as having an interest in a potential management buyout of the ailing social site. Source: Reuters

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