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The Internet giant may be the desktop leader, but to win the mobile war, it has to make an offer Verizon can't refuse.
The stock fell sharply after its forecasts for the fourth quarter and year failed to meet analysts' expectations.
The stock's three-year low may mark a good entry to wait out the market's malaise.
Shares of the company are slipping after Goldman Sachs lowered the target price for the stock.
The stock tumbles after Microsoft's CEO says no merger is coming.
The company's plans to cut costs didn't impress the Street as its shares continued to slide.
Yahoo! shareholders seem to realize another offer might be on its way.
The shares move higher as traders bet on Microsoft coming back to the buyout table.