Advertisement Skype hangs Not For Sale sign by Om Malik Aug 30, 2005 - 4:06 PM CDT 8 Comments Tweet Share Post Skype says, its not for sale! Of course, if you got $3 billion, then lets talk. The company says it might consider an initial public offering. Advertisement Advertisement 8 Comments Jane Henderson May 12th, 2006 New site about ambien and health. ambien [URL=http://bestHealthAmbien.tripod.com/]ambien[/URL] Linda Henderson May 5th, 2006 Very good site! I like it! Thanks! escort [URL=http://assXXXescort-1.tripod.com/]escort[/URL] Jila Jonson May 5th, 2006 Very good site! I like it! Thanks! !porn video .Free download porn video XXX .[URL=http://downloadpornvideo-1.tripod.com/]porn video[/URL] Jack Henderson May 5th, 2006 Very good site! I like it! Thanks! .big tits [URL=http://bigxxxtits-1.tripod.com/]big tits[/URL] Rodrigo A. SEPULVEDA SCHULZ September 2nd, 2005 “might consider an initial public offering.”: which of course is a signal thay they are looking for a buyer, and putting some pressure on the marketplace… Jack Miller September 1st, 2005 Why should Yahoo, MSFT or Google pay the big bucks for a proprietary system. With so many regular users, the costs to build from scratch should be far less. Google is forcing everyone to go open source anyway. Skype can wither on the vine if it doesn’t make a deal soon. I wonder how big a Vonage or Skype IPO will be. Each firm probably wishes it had pulled the trigger late in 2004. Rick August 30th, 2005 I think they need to go ahead and sell out to a phone company. They really are swimming alone in deep water. Everyone else has a platform of one sort of another. All Skype has is viral marketing and viral marketing and oh, did I say… Jake August 30th, 2005 Wish they would IPO – nothing like the harsh light of public disclosure to throw water on a fire. At the very least, they’d have to disclose real numbers on the revenue side and offer stories on plans for new revenues to justify a valuation. What is the Multiple of earnings on a company that derives its revenue from PSTN termination and origination? Comments are closed.