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April 9, 2007 1:37 PM
Posted by Kim Peterson
Suitors are reportedly lining up to woo DoubleClick, the digital advertising company, and that could be good news for Seattle's aQuantive, said Jefferies & Co. analyst Youssef Squali in a note last week, according to PaidContent. A sale could cause a ripple effect that leads to acquisitions of aQuantive and others in the industry, the note said.
(The Associated Press) GM unveils new Camaro General Motors took the wraps off its 2016 Camaro last week, revealing a V-8 car with 455 horsepower. The...
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