Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Ups and Downs and Who Will Buy...

What's my bid for this once innovative (yes, innovative) Internet company...

Shares of Yahoo fell 17 cents to $24.01 on Nasdaq after the Internet giant was downgraded to "neutral" from "outperform" by Cowen. In a research note, analyst Jim Friedland said Yahoo is losing market-share in display advertising, a problem "unique to the company" and not indicative of the online advertising market's strength.

Now that they are all bloat, I think they'd look good next to Microsoft, who seems to be heading north in anticipation of all the enterprise upgrades that will be forced on its customers.

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