As a future SpinCo shareholder the coldone is in no hurry for Alibaba to buy SpinCo. We all know it's going to happen, but there is no hurry. The longer the buyout takes, the better...
i was just "notified" that my topic about yesterday's volume just got deleted, and that includes your response.
now what was so terrible about talking about the volume spike yesterday around 11am?
that was long time ago, before they sold off at $50-$51. This is smart - taking stupid retail money away from clueless people like ... hm colddick
These message board problems are a glaring example of Yahoo dropping the ball. They could vastly improve message boards, make them elegant and efficient like Twitter. They could add message boards for Yahoo Sports and other Yahoo sites. Instead, it remains clumsy awkward and unreliable. This is a shining example of why Yahoo is not competitive and why FB and Google run circles around them.
POS. MM not getting any deals done, revenues flat to down. MM says she needs several more years to right the ship. Just think of the progress FB and Google will make in several years. The smartest thing she has been doing is selling her shares.
Alibaba and its underwriters could agree to waive the lockup period to facilitate the SpinCo transaction. And why shouldn't they? Moving this transaction along -- bringing closer the day when Alibaba can clean up this Yahoo stub -- will be bullish for the stock. If I were the underwriter, I'd waive the lockup. And if I were Alibaba, I'd want that to happen, because the sooner SpinCo is spun off, the sooner Alibaba can buy it.
TSRI looks ready to pop. Shorts are trying to bring it down but having trouble pushing the stock lower. A massive short squeeze could be in the cards.