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  1. 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.

  2. 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. And then we'll wait and see if that's enough to keep investors happy or bring Microsoft back to meet Yahoo's demands for a higher bid.

  3. Microsoft-Yahoo Mashup Scrapped: Hidden Winners and Losers

    While it ranks #1 in Google Product Search for MicroHoo, that wasn't as popular at term as "Microsoft Yahoo," according to Google Trends. His May 4, 2007 file photo of a Times Square news ticker flashing a headline about Microsoft above a billboard...

  4. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Offer; Yahoo Responds

    Microhoo bid raised aloft; Google-Yahoo Kool-Aid quaffed. Yahoo drank the Google paid search Kool-Aid to fight off Microsoft, leading the Redmond giant to retract its higher bid to acquire the Sunnyvale search engine.

  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. Meanwhile, this week Microsoft already said it wasn't interested...

  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? While Yahoo plays games with Microsoft's acquisition bid, some are beginning to ask, "Why isn't Microsoft buying AOL?