According to reports just published in The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft
may soon be scooping
up as much as 5 percent of the privately held Facebook for anywhere from
$300 to $500 million. That would put Facebook's value at about $10 billion.
Microsoft already has an advertising agreement with Facebook. This move may
be intended to keep archrival Google out of Facebook as a revenue stream. So
far, reps from both Microsoft and Facebook are keeping a poker face about their
Have you ever used Facebook or any of the other social networking sites? Do
you think this is a sensible area in which Microsoft should invest? Network
with me and let me know at [email protected].
Posted by Lafe Low on 09/26/2007 at 1:23 PM
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