The Internet is abuzz with speculation and Yahoo's stock rose Thursday after reports this week that AOL is looking to scoop up ailing Yahoo.
Speculation is rampant but Yahoo seems no more in the mood to be acquired than it was back in 2008, when it foolishly spurned a $50 billion offer from Microsoft.
The Wall Street Journal reports that AOL may be exploring ways to buy Yahoo.
A TechCrunch blogger took me to the virtual woodshed for some unkind things I wrote about AOL's acquisition of TechCrunch last week so now I fire back.
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