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I just posted this over on Business 2.0 Blog – a likely deal between Yahoo and Flickr. There has been a lot of chatter about this over last couple of days. Yahoo denies it, but the noise level is pretty high. Rumors are flying thick and […]

I just posted this over on Business 2.0 Blog – a likely deal between Yahoo and Flickr. There has been a lot of chatter about this over last couple of days. Yahoo denies it, but the noise level is pretty high.

Rumors are flying thick and fast in Silicon Valley: Yahoo is all set to buy Ludicorp, the company behind the hot photo blogging web service Flickr, for an undisclosed amount of money. Its not the first time rumors of these talks have made the rounds. Most of the deal-related chatter is coming from blogging world insiders who have said that Flickr might have inked the papers last week, but Yahoo is holding off on an announcement until March 1. At this point, it could all just be that–chatter.

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