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Loeb exits Tibco, sells more Yahoo, buys into Baidu, T-Mobile, and NXP

In addition to establishing a BlackBerry position, Dan Loeb's Third Point LLC took a  600K-share stake in Baidu (BIDU), a 7.6M-share stake in T-Mobile USA (TMUS) and a 1M-share stake in NXP (NXPI) during Q4. At current levels, the positions are respectively worth $100M, $237M, and $56M. NXPI +1% AH.

On the other hand, Loeb unloaded the 4.4M-share Tibco (TIBX) position he had at the end of Q3. There were hopes Loeb would use his Tibco stake to push for a spinoff of the company's faster-growing Business Optimization unit. TIBX -1.7% AH.

Loeb also cut his remaining Yahoo (YHOO) position in half to 8M shares. Third Point once had a 60M-share stake in Yahoo, before striking a deal last August to sell 40M shares back to the company and leave its board.

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