The suspense surrounding
the Microsoft-Yahoo acquisition intensified as conflicting reports set the stage
for either a hostile takeover or a disappointing washout. According to Bloomberg
News, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told reporters that he's ready to initiate
a hostile takeover as soon as this weekend. "We are offering a lot of money.
If Yahoo's shareholders like it, that's great. We are prepared to go forward
without a merger," Ballmer said at conference in Italy. Yet the Wall
Street Journal reports that despite Ballmer's public bravado to go forward
with the acquisition, growing skepticism among Microsoft workers and
executives could thwart even a hostile takeover.
investigates last month's intriguing social media kerfuffle when blogger
broke news about Anheuser-Busch – for Miller Brewer's blog.
Apple is preparing for an inevitable (but not serious) slump in iPod sales,
reports the NY
Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus has
signed a lucrative book deal to tell her life story. The
15-year-old actress and singer will reportedly tell the story of her rise to
teen super-stardom in the memoir.
In a bizarre reversal of trends,
to try a print version of its popular Web site.
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