15805Re: [Y-Mail] Re: breaking news
- May 5 4:45 PMWell from what I heard on this morning's news, there's already one stockholder lawsuit against Y!, as some of the stockholders feel that Y! is holding out for too much $$.
It should be interesting.
--- On Mon, 5/5/08, daynelloconor <spongefan@...> wrote:
> From: daynelloconor <spongefan@...>
> Subject: [Y-Mail] Re: breaking news
> To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Monday, May 5, 2008, 3:43 PM
> If M$ does take over, what will happen? Won't everything
> still run the
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Sasafrass
> <sasafrass452@...> wrote:
> > It does seem likely that M$ will make another offer,
> & if the deal
> > happens, I'll be moving to Google. I'm ready,
> whether it's a week, a
> > month, or year from now, my Gmail account is
> > Lloyd Haskins wrote:
> > > It will indeed be interesting to see what happens
> when the stock
> > > market opens on Monday. So sad that folks want
> to get a big offer
> > > their Yahoo! shares and sell it, not caring what
> happens to the
> > > company itself when Microsoft gets their hands on
> it and ruins it.
> > > the stock goes down, Microsoft tries again, the
> stock goes back up,
> > > rinse, repeat.
> > >
> > > Well, I have my exit strategery still in place
> should MS get its
> > > on Yahoo! and mess it up by switching to
> Microsoft technology.
> > >
> > > Too bad that Yahoo! doesn't try to make more
> money off of, say,
> > > expanding the Y!Mail Plus program to have more
> features like .Mac
> > > <http://www.apple.com/dotmac/> does. .Mac
> is way overpriced, IMHO,
> > > but I'd pay $60/yr. to Yahoo! to get all
> those features, with the
> > > exception of remote computer access. Or charge
> me $35/yr. for Y!Mail
> > > Plus and no ads on any Yahoo! page.
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