Two of the world’s most annoying things are combining!— Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show
Microsoft seems to have rediscovered its mojo.— Paul Theron, MD of Vestact
Microsoft will buy LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion (almost R400 billion).
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Paul Theron, MD of Vestact.
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Microsoft has pots of cash!— Paul Theron, MD of Vestact
You are the product! LinkedIn sells your information.— Paul Theron, MD of Vestact
The share price was twice this amount in 2013. Maybe Microsoft is getting a bargain?— Paul Theron, MD of Vestact
I hope this one works out better than Nokia!— Paul Theron, MD of Vestact
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