INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE -- Oct 8 -- A Sanford C. Bernstein analyst estimated the combined value of Yahoo!’s display advertising, search engine, and subscriptions business at $39 a share. Radical actions – like outsourcing services, cutting employees, and revamping advertising – could raise shares to $45, whereas a stay-the-course strategy would likely drop them to $25.
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Mark Brooks: Yahoo Personals is doing direct ad buys on properties other than Yahoo, and has become bolder with it's business development. Should it come out from underneath its mothers wing, completely. Your comments please.