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If Microsoft goes fully hostile on Yahoo

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Marc Andreessen, the “Silicon Valley Whiz Kid,” best known as co-author of Mosaic, the first widely-used Web browser, and co-founder of Netscape, sketches out in his blog, blog.pmarca.com, detailed scenarios of how a full hostile takeover of Yahoo by Microsoft, might play out. Andreessen consulted a pair of corporate attorneys for insight, and he distills the information clearly and succinctly for readers. The result is a primer on the intricacies of corporate takeovers in the technology industry. Reader take note: Andreessen says hostile takeovers are going to become increasingly common in technology.
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