In the continuing saga of Myspace’s potential sale, partial sale or partnership deal, several names have emerged as possible suitors. A bidding group including Activision CEO Bobby Kotick is reported by AllThingsD as the prime mover; others including Vevo, a bid from Myspace’s original founder Chris DeWolfe and a separate management takeover from current CEO Mike Jones, are reported not to have been successful. “One thing is certain”, says AllThingsD, “[the bid] is nowhere near the USD $100 million that News Corp reportedly sought.”

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