Bloomberg’s Sheila Dharmarajan reports on the strategy behind Microsoft’s $1.06 billion deal for AOL patents and whether it not it adds shareholder value. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

Source: Bloomberg,April 10 2012

Category: Intellectual Property, Video

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2 Responses to “Microsoft/AOL Patent Buy: Apple, Google Play?”

  1. Facebook’s purchase of instagram. I have the feeling that it’s secondary purpose and over priced deal is just to get people foaming at the mouth for dotcom 2.0, just in the run up to their IPO. If it pumps their IPO even a touch it’s free money.

  2. Saagua says:

    Annoying when the speaker talks so fast her voice outruns the words, making it a trial to follow what she is saying.