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  • They seized upon an opportunity and they succeeded at pricing a pretty sizeable offering. That's a price that doesn't seem far from what would be considered reasonable.
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  • Essentially, the company has decided to divest itself of its, by far, most successful and most prized business, and it's going to retain two businesses that I consider challenged at this point.
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  • The company has not adequately invested in investor relations during the past couple of years. It's pretty obvious.
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  • People are ready and able to pay for such services. For free isn't always the case anymore.
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  • There's not as much unbridled excitement about the offering now. A lot of technology and Internet stocks don't look nearly as appealing as they did in April, May or June.
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  • It has been a difficult company to track. If the name hasn't changed, the business has changed. There's been a bunch of different acquisitions and divestitures. It's a more challenging company to cover and follow as an investor.
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  • I can't imagine that Microsoft would be worried as a result of this. On the other hand, it's something that probably has attracted their interest.
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  • No matter how big and successful you are, there is always the prospect in the blink of an eye that the business can go down for a period of time,
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  • It was just a matter of time before the expectations exceeded the results.
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  • It was bound to happen. It was just a matter of when.
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  • We view Yahoo as well diversified, especially between display and search advertising, and as battle-tested and shareholder-friendly.
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  • I'd hesitate to characterize this is as comparable to what was going on in the late 1990s. Not every Internet stock is doing well.
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  • We are not recommending that investors purchase shares. However, after it fell materially over the past few weeks, we see the stock as reasonably valued.
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  • The deal shows the importance of search ads for AOL. Search has been and will be the biggest category of online ads.
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  • I think a lot of folks who were at that meeting felt pretty chagrined, I would argue this is still pretty material information, given the high profile nature of this company and the emergence of click fraud as a high-profile subject.
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