HELSINKI— Opera Software, a Norwegian company behind one of the world's most popular browsers, says Chinese investors have made a $1.2 billion takeover offer, causing its stock to jump more than 30 percent. Opera, which began in 1991 as a research project at Norway's largest telecoms company, Telenor, later became Opera Software. Opera Software shares shot up 36...» Read More
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