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Ron points to some analysis by Mark Evans and all recent Vonage gossip believes that Vonage could acquire Vocaltec and thus use the reverse merger process to take Vonage public. The only problem is that since Vocaltec trades on US exchanges, Vonage CEO Jeff Citron could […]

Ron points to some analysis by Mark Evans and all recent Vonage gossip believes that Vonage could acquire Vocaltec and thus use the reverse merger process to take Vonage public. The only problem is that since Vocaltec trades on US exchanges, Vonage CEO Jeff Citron could have a tough time pulling it off.

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  1. Thomas Hirsch Friday, July 22, 2005

    Interestingly, last night Sheridan Square Entertainment announced that it definitely will come public as part of Hirsch International (HRSH) — no relation, but I do own many shares which are skyrocketing in premarket. Sheridan is a leading independent purveyor of pop music, mainly through its Artemis label. Hirsch is the leading seller of high-end computerized embroidery machinery. See this press release

    http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050721/216018.html?.v=1

  2. Om Malik’s Broadband Blog » For Vocaltec, the end is near as it gives 70 the pink slip Wednesday, July 27, 2005

    [...] r has fallen on hard times, and still waiting for its white knight. There was some talk of Vonage-Vocaltec deal. If you can read hebrew, then perhaps be kind enough to shar [...]

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