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Re: Microsoft + Yahoo: Heavenly Marriage, Hellish Divorce?
Posted by: Rob Enderle 2009-08-03 12:00:43
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Boy, just when you think it's safe to sleep in, Microsoft and Yahoo decide to hitch up and slap Google upside the head. I'm guessing that this really screwed up the party in the Google 767 flying palace last week. For Google, which lately seems to have the attention span of a 3-year-old after getting into the sugar jar, this could be a good thing -- this could force Google to focus. It certainly is good for Microsoft and Yahoo, even though it suggests a potential breakup that could be the mother of all divorces.


Why would it not be likely that MS already has divorce plans?
Posted by: vanax 2009-08-08 12:16:05 In reply to: Rob Enderle
Hi Rob,
Why would it not be likely that MS already has "divorce" plans, or has already accounted for the ultimate consumption and integration of everything that MS considers relevant in Yahoo?

I ask because this seems to be MS's MO, no? I hope you can address this angle, pro and con, in a future column. Cheers. Vanax
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