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    Yahoo's 3 Year Plan To Grow Revenue By 73%

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    Very interesting! Thanks for posting that.

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    When I first saw the title of this thread I figured they were gonna short their own stock or something.

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    Does any part of their plan involve putting Adsense on their sites?

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    Delusions of grandeur have set in here... rosey forecasts are usually reserved for people who have been actually gaining (or even holding) some ground on their competition.

    Somebody's been saying "yahoo" a few too many times...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuts
    Delusions of grandeur have set in here... rosey forecasts are usually reserved for people who have been actually gaining (or even holding) some ground on their competition. Somebody's been saying "yahoo" a few too many times...
    Humorous, yet deadly accurate point O' Dough One.. :-) If indeed they had even "held" their ground the past two years I would be more inclined to think that they could take it to the next level.

    But when they have steadily lost market share, partners, advertisers and ad dollars, I'm not sure that a 73% revenue increase "plan" is not just another way of saying "we're trying to get back some of the revenue we are losing."

    Could also be that the "plan" is a PR move designed to create the perception of a higher book value (future revenue growth) to encourage a buyout offer higher than what M offered too.

    Either way, short of Obi Wan Kanobi taking over, I don't see it happening.
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