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Microsoft's poor online-services results undermine its bargaining position with Yahoo, so Cowen's Jim Friedland now deems a deal between the companies unlikely.
Analyst draws parallels between tech industry titans and Detroit in the early 20th century. They're thought-provoking, but is he right?
The Times of London says the two companies are discussing a deal that would see Microsoft acquire Yahoo's search business for around $20 billion.
The software maker and Internet pioneer have both said they want to move on. But the fact of the matter is they need each other. Will they swoon on cue?
Don Reisinger thinks Google is an integral part in ending Yahoo's deal with Microsoft. Is his theory right?
Ahead of her trip to Latin America, News.com's Ina Fried offers her first take on a Microsoft-Yahoo deal, just in case it happens while she's gone.
With the Google-DoubleClick merger wrapped up, Yahoo may face even greater pressure to find itself a buyout partner, according to Wall Street analysts and investors.
The two companies have acquired more than 150 companies, combined, over the last 12 years. Will the M&A spigot get turned down in a merged company?
As Microsoft looks at the road ahead in its takeover bid for Yahoo, it might also want to glance at the rearview mirror to see what's been traveled.