Blubberg - The newly formed Yagle Inc. from the merge of two internet search giants Google and Yahoo, now plans to acquire Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft. Currently, Yagle are ironing the terms with Microsoft.
Microsoft almost sinks its stock price into the bottom of the bottom, leaving its shareholders with a decent 50 cents each, after Google and Yahoo merger news breaks.
No choice but to come to term with Yagle. Microsoft's shining head Steve Ballmer has to come to a shotgun term with Yagle, refusal would further affect the fading stock price of the company, and will likely fuel riots from its shareholders just waiting outside the company's building furious of the situation.
Yagle announced that if the acquisition will succeed it will change the ubiquitous name "Microsoft's Windows" into "Yagle's Windows" and plans to distribute future Window releases as freeware.
On the lighter side, Microsoft hits a record low in the history of stock exchange. Guinness reportedly listed Microsoft as the first company to attain such feat.