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It's a no brainer that Marissa Mayer should split Yahoo! in two following a Reverse Morris Trust. The only reason not to do it would be pride.
Yahoo's President and Chief Executive Marissa Mayer needs a counter-offer if the company wants to avoid being merged into AOL.
If Liberty's John Malone ran Yahoo!, he'd likely spin off non-core business and unlock 50% of hidden value.
The initial public offering price of $92.70 is reasonable. But if it trades above $110 a share, investors should steer clear.
Oracle's flamboyant founder Larry Ellison steps down as CEO, but his shadow still looms large in his new role at the enterprise software company.
Tech companies such as Alibaba come around only a few times each decade.
Although the advice to sell Yahoo! to buy Alibaba has been bad, here are some stocks investors are most likely to dump in order to place their IPO orders.
Here's why there's a good chance investors will bid up the value of Alibaba to over $200 billion after the stock starts to trade on the NYSE next week.
Eight other companies tried to nab OpenTable in June besides the eventual buyer Priceline. One might have been Yahoo!, who could have been willing to pay $2.25 billion in cash.
I don't disagree with the Pacific Crest call this morning that you should take some profits in Apple (AAPL) ahead of next week's event.