Via WSJ The Internet giant and more than 30 partners announced in November a bold plan for a new breed of handsets based on a suite of mobile software called Android. At the time, Google said it planned to have the new phones on the market by the second half of this year. Google now… Leggi tutto »
Yahoo ha perso il 20% all’apertura del Nasdaq Via WSY Yahoo shares plunged nearly 20% as Wall Street reset the Internet giant’s worth after Microsoft withdrew its $47.5 billion takeover offer. The failed courtship prompted several brokerages to downgrade Yahoo.
Via WSJ The two companies and their advisers have been talking in recent weeks, but achieved no breakthroughs that would lead them to a friendly deal by Saturday, said people familiar with the matter. That’s the day Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has set as a deadline for Yahoo to reach a friendly deal before… Leggi tutto »
Secondo il WSJ Yahoo Inc. and Time Warner Inc.’s AOL are closing in on a deal to combine their Internet operations, a move aimed at thwarting Microsoft Corp.’s effort to acquire Yahoo, people familiar with the matter said Wednesday. But Microsoft is recrafting its assault plan by talking with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., publisher of… Leggi tutto »
Attraverso il WSJ si apprende che Yahoo Inc.’s board plans to reject Microsoft Corp.’s unsolicited $44.6 billion offer to acquire the Web giant, a person familiar with the situation says. After a series of meetings over the past week, Yahoo’s board determined that the $31 per share offer “massively undervalues” Yahoo, the person said. It… Leggi tutto »
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CNN Money scrive Advertisers may not care that much about “editorial integrity” but they do care about eyeballs. If News Corp. alienates the core readers of the Journal, whom I suspect care more about stocks and bonds and less about politics and celebrity gossip, then Murdoch will have lots of angry News Corp. shareholders to… Leggi tutto »
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