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  1. Yahoo on MicroHoo: Stick a Fork In It - We're Done

    MicroHoo is dead. the two companies have continued to discuss an alternative transaction that Microsoft believes would have delivered in excess of $33 per share to the Yahoo! RIP Microsoft-Yahoo. Today Yahoo made the official announcement that they...

  2. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Frank, what's the deal with your Microhoo obsession? With shareholders up in arms, Sunnyvale-based Yahoo has been trying to raise doubts about the legitimacy of Microsoft's last bid of $33 a share by pointing out that it wasn't submitted in writing.

  3. Microhoo No More: What the Analysts are Saying

    Now that Microsoft finally withdrew their bid for Yahoo, it's a free-for-all for anyone claiming to be an analyst. He expected Yahoo shares to be trading at $19-20 per share when the stock market opened this morning.

  4. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    Microhoo bid raised aloft; Google-Yahoo Kool-Aid quaffed. Microsoft reportedly offered $33 a share, and Yahoo held fast at $37 a share. Yet it has proven insufficient, as your final position insisted on Microsoft paying yet another $5 billion or...

  5. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 7-11, 2008

    Google CEO to MicroHoo: We'll Bank on FrankGoogle CEO Eric Schmidt has reportedly named legendary Bubble 1.0 i-banker Frank Quattrone as an adviser to help reverse engineer the Yahoo-AOL and MSN- MySpace entanglements.

  6. Microhoo's Second Date Doesn't Go Very Well

    Microsoft wouldn't raise their original bid price of $31 per share and Yahoo wouldn't delve into details of the acquisition unless the bid was raised, according to published reports. Executives from Microsoft and Yahoo reportedly met this week, but...

  7. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 17-21, 2008

    One of the biggest concerns about a Microhoo is the expectation of a significant culture clash. Is Microhoo A Done Deal? Microsoft-Yahoo combined share of searches shows an Incredible Shrinking Search Engine.

  8. Paid Search Advertising Drives Microsoft Bid for Yahoo

    Switching costs may be low --and search engine alternatives are "one click away" - but Microhoo will still need to win over the Google ravers and junkies. The Microsoft conference call yielded little new information about the details of the Yahoo bid.