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  • split29_2005 split29_2005 Oct 17, 2011 4:22 PM Flag

    24 hours from now...

    ... the baggies will be wailing. Except of course, for the ones who don't get it and are screaming "Blowout earnings!", even as YHOO drops a buck.

    Who'd do such a silly thing, you ask? Well, that was none other than the self-proclaimed ruler, coldie. He was so pumped up that he prematurely exploded, only to find himself living out one of his most embarrassing moments on this board.

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    • split29 makes a fool of herself...Ha!

    • “The Street is likely less focused on the company’s near-term quarterly results as they are on signs of the company’s willingness to perform a shareholder friendly corporate action, including a sale or divestiture of Yahoo’s Asia assets,” Anmuth said, in a research note.

      One question on many minds is who would buy Yahoo. Recent reports have suggested Microsoft Corp. MSFT -0.74% could make a play for Yahoo, either by itself or as part of a consortium.

      Another potentially interested bidder is Alibaba Group CEO Jack Ma, who even said as much in an address at Stanford University earlier this month. Yahoo owns about 40% of Alibaba, but Alibaba is being valued at almost double Yahoo’s current market cap of $17 billion.

 
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