The Internet merger is dead…

Els, Frik
January 2003
Finance Week;1/20/2003, p17
Discusses developments concerning the merger and acquisition activity in the Internet industry. Yahoo! Inc.'s purchase of Inktomi; USA Interactive's acquisition of uDate; Private investor group's offer to buy Web address supplier Register.com; UUNET's sale of its iAfrica subscriber base to M-Web.


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