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November 21, 2008 11:19 AM
Posted by Benjamin J. Romano
During Microsoft's shareholder meeting in Bellevue on Wednesday, there was an old guy in the front row sleeping as CEO Steve Ballmer repeated the same message he's given on Yahoo several times in the past few months: "acquisition discussions are finished." But a search partnership remains a possibility.
Maybe if his delivery, instead of being calm and measured, was more along the lines of this glove-puppet Ballmer's "final statement on purchasing Yahoo," posted by Loren Feldman at 1938enterprise.com, the old guy would have perked up.
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How much more do you think Yahoo's stock would have fallen if glove-puppet Ballmer gave the statement?
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