Twitter briefly showed interest in Yahoo - report

Friday 3 June 2016 | 09:32 CET | News
Twitter and Yahoo executives have met to talk about a possible merger, the New York Post reported, citing sources close to the talks. At the management meeting, discussions centered around Yahoo financials, and whether a strategic combination might make sense. Twitter bowed out of the bidding process soon after, however. Both Yahoo and Twitter officials declined to comment.

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Companies: Twitter / Yahoo
Countries: World
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