Marco's blog An [almost] daily rant 

Tuesday, November 26, 2002

Bill Gates, Microsoft's chairman, said it will make fewer acquisitions and investments than in the past, following big losses on equity holdings in cable and broadband companies. While M&A transactions are usually bad for shareholders (not to mention employees and customers), M$ sets a much higher bar. How can ANY transaction compare with 80 percent profit margins?

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