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Microsoft pounces on Yahoo


Microsoft makes an unsolicited offer for its competitior, Yahoo, after shares of the company's stock price tanked 50% since October.




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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumored for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at the time, Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal. But its own business has hit headwinds as it recently described in its quarterly earnings report.

 

And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over its shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this, in this area. Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who, who has an Internet connection. So all of these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today. The question is will Yahoo which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.

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I’m Mathew Karnitschnig, the Merge & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal. This morning Microsoft unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumored for months, but Yahoo stock price has fallen about 50% since October and Microsoft finally decided to poundce. About a year ago Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at that time Yahoo said that it wasn’t interested in pursuing a deal, but its own business says it headwinds as it recently described its quarterly earning report. And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over a shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the on-line advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google’s dominance in this area. Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is. And it’s putting those on-line and free to anybody who has Internet connection. So all of these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today, the question is, will Yahoo, which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been long-time enemy of Microsoft. And it’s unlikely that he’s going to want to accept this deal. This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions report for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft unveiled / 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, at that time, Yahoo said that it wasn't insterested in pursuing the deal. But its own business says he headwinds as it recently described its quarterly earning report. And Microsoft, as well, has been lookin over a shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online adverstising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concerned Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really make Microsoft what it is and is putting thoese online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taking a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unluckly that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft's unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at the time, Yahoo said that it wasn't insterested in pursuing a deal. But its own business says hit headwinds as it recently described its quarterly earnings report. And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over a shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online adverstising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concerned Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taking a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unluckly that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft's unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at the time, Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal. But its own business says hit headwinds as it recently described its quarterly earnings report. And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over a shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concerned Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.



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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft's unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at the time, Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal. But its own business says hit headwinds as it recently described its quarterly earnings report. And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over a shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.

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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft/ unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at the time, Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal. But its own business has hit headwinds as it recently described in its quarterly earnings report. And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over its shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all of these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers & Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft/ unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at the time, Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal. But its own business has hit headwinds as it recently described in its quarterly earnings report. And Microsoft, as well, has been looking over its shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all of these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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I’m Mathew Karnitschinig, the Mergers and Acquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning Microsoft unveiled an unsolicited 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumored for month. But Yahoo’s stock prices fall about 50% since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounds. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to yahoo. And at the time, yahoo said it wasn’t interested in pursuing a deal. But its own business says it headwinds as recently described as Quarterly Earnings Report. And Microsoft as well has been looking over the shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google’s dominance in this area.

Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications, that have really made Microsoft what it is, and it’s putting those online and free for anybody who has internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo,which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft ,be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yang has been a long time enemy of Microsoft. And it’s unlikely that he’s going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschinig from The Wall Street Journal.
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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers &asquisitions reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning Microsoft unveiled an unsolicited 45 billion dollar offer to acquire Yahoo.The deal has been rumoured for months, but Yahoo's stock prices
fall about 50% percent since October.And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, and at that time Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal
.But its own business has hit headwinds as it recently described in quarterly earning report and Microsoft,as well, has been looking over its shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market and both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area.Another concern of Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made Microsoft what it is and is puting those on line and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all of these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahhoo which has typically taken a rather skeptical
approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this. The CEO of Yahoo,Jerry Yang has been a long- time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely that he is going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.

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I'm Mathew Karnitschnig, the Mergers&Acquisitions' reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning Microsoft unveilled an unsolicited $45 billion offer to acquire Yahoo.The deal is been rumored for months, but Yahoo's stock prices falling about 15 percent since October.And Microsoft is finally decided to pounce.About a year ago,Microsoft made an issue approach to Yahoo,and at the time Yahoo said it wasn't interested in pursuing the deal.But it's own business has had head wins as it recently discribes its cornerly earning report.And Microsoft's will has been looking over its shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the on-line advertising market.And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerning about Google's dumbness in this area.Another concerns Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really made microsoft what it is, and is putting those on line and frighten anybody who has Internet connection.So all of these forces together,have prompted Microsoft to act today.The question is will Yahoo, which has typically taken a rather skeptical approach torchs Microsoft be willing to accept this.

CEO of Yahoo Jerry Yan has been a long time enemy of Microsoft. And is unlikely that he is going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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this morning ,Microsoft unveiled an unsolicited 45 billion dollar to acquire Yahoo.the deal has been remoured for months ,but yahoo stock prices fall about 50%since october,and microsoft finally decide to pounce,
about a year ago., Microsoft made an initial approch to yahoo,and the same time Yahoo said that it wasn't interested in pursuing a deal
but it own business has hit headwinds as it recently described in quarterly earning report and microsoft as well,has been looking over its shoulder at Google. google controls a larger portion of the online advertising markets.and both yahoo,and microsoft are concerned about google dominance in this area,other concerned microsoft is that google is get into some of it's conditional sectors ,including word processing and other applications that had really had made microsoft what it is ,and it putting those online and free to any body ,who has internate interaction,so all this together,have prompted microsoft act today, the question is will yahoo would has typically taken a rather skeptical.approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this. The CEO of Yahoo,Jerry Yang has been a long- time enemy of Microsoft and it's unlikely
that he is going to accept this deal ,

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journal.
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I'm Mathew *, the Mergers & Acquisitions report for the Wall Street Journal.

This morning, Microsoft unveiled and 45-billion-dollar offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumoured for months. But Yahoo's stock price has fallen about 50 percent since October. And Microsoft finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo, at that time, Yahoo said that it wasn't insterested in pursuing the deal. But its own business says he headwinds as it recently described its quarterly earning report. And Microsoft, as well, has been lookin over a shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online adverstising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google's dominance in this area. Another concerned Microsoft is that Google is getting into some of its traditional sectors, including word processing and other applications that have really make Microsoft what it is and is putting thoese online and free to anybody who has an Internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today.

The question is will Yahoo which has typically taking a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this? The CEO of Yahoo, Jerry Yan has been a long-time enemy of Microsoft and it's unluckly that he's going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew * for the Wall Street Journal.
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I’m Mathew Karnitschnig the mergers and acquisitions report of wall street journal.

This morning Microsoft unveiled unserlistred 45billion-dollar offer to quire yahoo. The deal is being rumored for months, but yahoo stock prices have fallen about 50percent since October. And Microsoft is finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approached to yahoo. At that time yahoo said it wasn’t interested in pursuing a deal but its own business says it head winds as it recently described as in this quarterly earlier this report and Microsoft is well as being looking over shoulder at Google. Google controls a large portion of the online advertising market and both yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google’s dominants in this, in this area. Another concerned Microsoft is that Google is getting into some traditional sectors including word processing and other applications that have really make Microsoft what it is and is putting those online and free to anybody who, who has an internet connection. So all these forces together have prompted Microsoft to act today. The question is will yahoo which has typically taking the rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this. The CEO of yahoo, jerry yang has been a long time enemy of Microsoft and is unlikely that he is going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the wall street journal.
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I’m Mathew Karnitschnig, the mergers and acquisitions reporter of the Wall Street Journal.

This morning the Microsoft unveiled an unsolicited 45 billion dollars offer to acquire Yahoo. The deal has been rumored for months, but Yahoo’s stock prices fallen about 60% since October. And Microsoft has finally decided to pounce. About a year ago, Microsoft made an initial approach to Yahoo and at that time Yahoo said it wasn’t interested in pursuing the deal. But on business it has head wings. It recently describes its quartering earnings report and Microsoft, as well, has been looking over at the shoulder of Google. Google controls a large portion of the on line advertising market. And both Yahoo and Microsoft are concerned about Google’s dominance in this area. Another concern of Microsoft is that Google has getting into some traditional sectors including working processing and other applications that has really made Microsoft what it is. And it’s putting these on line in free to anybody who has an internet connection. So all this forces together, have prompted Microsoft’s act today. The question is will Yahoo which is typically taking a rather skeptical approach towards Microsoft be willing to accept this. The CEO of Yahoo Jerry Yang has been a long time enemy of Microsoft and it’s unlikely that he’s going to want to accept this deal.

This is Mathew Karnitschnig for the Wall Street Journey.
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