Cancelled Microsoft Yahoo Deal Round-Up

Posted: May 5 2008, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:52am CDT, in Technology News


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Cancelled Microsoft Yahoo Deal Round-Up

Ever since Microsoft cancelled their bid for Yahoo on Saturday articles and analyses of the implications spring up in huge masses on blogs and major news outlets. Looks like many journalists did not have Sunday off.

The whole topic is of course a bone for writers as it is extremely rich on facets and possible next events.
First thing everybody is looking at is the Yahoo stock when the markets open today.
Will it tank into nowhere? If it does, it would open the door to other companies to try to acquire Yahoo.
Other speculations are around the Google and Yahoo relationship moving forward, Yahoo shareholder going rampage, Steve Ballmer keeping his job or not, possible other acquisition targets for Microsoft and more. Below is a round up of interesting coverage I found so far.

Microsoft Yahoo Stories Round-up
NY Times: A Step Back for Microsoft
NY Times: A Yahoo Shareholder on What Might Have Been
After Deal Dies, Yahoo Weighs Its Next Move
Techcrunch: Yahoo Prepares For A Black Monday
Techcrunch: Does Ballmer Need To Go?
WSJ: Giving Up on Yahoo, Microsoft Rethinks Its Internet Options
Red Herring: What Now for Yahoo and Microsoft?
Bloomberg: Yahoo Shares May Decline After Microsoft Abandons Takeover Bid
BusinessWeek: Yahoo, Microsoft Left Searching
CNET: Special Coverage
SF Chronicle: With Microsoft walking away from Yahoo, all eyes are on Jerry Yang
Seattle PI: Timeline: Microsoft's secret Yahoo meetings
MarketWatch: Microsoft plus Yahoo: Is it really over?

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