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The Peanut Butter memo

Posted by rexdixon on November 20, 2006

The Peanut Butter memo. I guess that is how the SVP from Yahoo wants to go down in history as. He wants to be Joe Maguire or someone that is a cheap imitation of Tom Cruise’s Jerry Maguire. Everyone is pondering it finally today, after thinking about it awhile. So what does Yahoo do from here? Buy Facebook? 🙂

All kidding aside, I read the memo that was supposedly leaked online somehow. I will believe it was leaked when I see proof of that, but we don’t need to go there and discuss that.

I will keep it short and to the point. I have a podcast to track still this evening.

Yahoo – sell to Google. Get it over with, merge, or aquire – whatever term you would like to use — and let Google and Yahoo become one. GooHoo. YahGoo. Let the lawyers sort it out. It’s the best move both companies could make and if you think the $500 per share Google stock is unbelievable, I would guesstimate $750 – $1000 per share for GooHoo would be very very reachable.

Technically Speaking, that is all for now,I’m a busy man and it’s podcast time!

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2 Responses to “The Peanut Butter memo”

  1. Businessly Speaking, If the Google stock split three ways upon the acquisition of Yahoo, then the members of the senior staff would be zillionaires before the ticker stops that day…not sure what the hold up is, unless it is one of those anti-trust things.

  2. rexdixon said

    A Google stock split should be coming shortly, I already foresee that happening right before Christmas or close to it as a nice early Christmas gift from the Google guys. Uhm, no, that is NOT official, but when has Rex Dixon been wrong or not ahead of the times lately? 🙂
    Rex

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