Yahoo's board will reportedly reject Microsoft's $44.6 billion unsolicited bid.
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The Wall Street Journal is reporting on the Yahoo board of directors meeting today on what to do about Microsoft's $44.6 billion acquisition offer.
Guest post: Chris Matyszczyk continues his examination of what it means to be a nerd in part 2 of his review of David Anderegg’s new book, “Nerds.”Last week, I wrote about the concept of being a nerd.
In the event that Microsoft ends up with Yahoo, which I view as likely, what happens to the Yahoo brand and properties. The back end, infrastructure and engineering issues can be sorted out, although nothing will be easy.
Update below: Dell is trying to quell worries about its relationship with AMD.A blog ruckus has emerged after Engadget and DailyTech and others reported that Dell pulled AMD-powered desktops and laptops from Dell.
If you are selling Web 2.0 tools, Forrester recommends targeting companies with more than 1,000 employees.
Yahoo will reportedly have a special board of directors meeting to discuss Microsoft's $44.6 billion unsolicited bid.
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The OpenID Foundation on Thursday said that Google, IBM, Microsoft, VeriSign and Yahoo have joined its board.The additions--Yahoo joined OpenID last month and made its accounts compatible--are a big boost to the single sign-on initiative.