Yahoo! has taken bids for a less than 20 per cent stake in the firm, to supply the ailing web company with cash while avoiding a shareholder vote. A group of investors including private equity firm Silver Lake and one-time suitor Microsoft have offered around $16.60 a share for the stake, people with knowledge of the matter told …
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For the love of God please stop posting about the humorous ! afer every word in Yahoo articles
I! Like! Them!
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Oh yes, I remember Yahoo. What are they doing these days? Anything at all?
I think they still handle consumer email for BT and have a messenger client, but that's pretty much it.
I'm not sure why any buyer would want them.
Grab your zimmer frame Yahoo! You time is almost up
I wouldn't give them 15p per share. Yahoo's day and come and gone and they certainly fucked up when they rejected the Microsoft offer. I had Yahoo messenger installed on my PC at one point with about 30 to 40 contacts on it. the last time I was signed in on it (quite a while ago) there was one of them online. Yahoo is really nothing more than a pointless leftover from the dot com boom that failed to keep up with the times. It's like a desperate old uncle trying to cling on to it's youth and wanting to stay cool and hang with the kids when in reality it's just getting old, tired and wrinkled. I doubt there is any fountain of youth waiting for Yahoo!!!!!.
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