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Would Yahoo Acquisition Make Microsoft More Attractive?

CNBC.com
Wednesday, 5 Oct 2011 | 3:58 PM ET

Reports say Microsoft is considering making another attempt to buy Yahoo.

No decision has been made and a bid might not materialize as there are internal divisions at the software company on whether it should pursue Yahoo again, a high-ranking Microsoft executive said.

Microsoft joins a host of other companies looking at Yahoo, which has a market value of about $18 billion and is readying financial pitch books for potential buyers, the sources said.

Today, we want to know if you think Microsoft is a more attractive company to investors if it acquires Yahoo .

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