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Facebook, Google eye Skype deal

Both Internet giants are reportedly pondering either an acquisition or a joint venture, according to Reuters.

Facebook and Google are reportedly pondering either an acquisition of Skype or a joint venture and strategically the two buyers couldn't be more different.

Reuters reports that Facebook and Google are pondering some sort of deal with Skype, which delayed an IPO. Talks are very early so it's unclear what will happen if anything.

But let's zoom out a bit. If you have been following Skype's corporate strategy of late, it's clear the company is making a lot of nice business-to-business moves. Skype has a channel, key partnerships and an entry to small businesses as well as large ones.

Read more at Facebook, Google eye Skype deal: Consumer vs. corporate tug of war.