Yahoo! racheté par Microsoft ?

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Publié le : 18/10/2011 vers 9h par :

Déjà intéressé par Yahoo! par le passé, au point de faire voici trois ans une offre pharamineuse de près de 45 milliards de dollars, Microsoft apparaît une nouvelle fois bien placé pour acquérir le portail.

Microsoft pourrait donc lancer une nouvelle offre sur Yahoo! Tout comme le chinois Alibaba, la plate-forme électronique de commerce, détenue au passage à 40 % par le portail américain, qui agirait en partenariat avec la firme de capital-investissement Silver Lake et le russe Digital Sky Technologies. D'autres acquéreurs potentiels sont cités par les médias américains comme Disney, News Corp. ou AOL.

Le prix à payer serait nettement inférieur à celui proposé par Microsoft en 2088 (31 dollars l'action). Aujourd'hui, le cours est deux fois inférieur après avoir atteint 12,50 dollars au lendemain de l'annonce du départ de Carol Bartz. Reuters qui annonce l'intérêt de Microsoft pour Yahoo! précise que cette opération ne fait pas l'unanimité au sein de l'éditeur.  (Source Info DSI)

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