Earlier this month, it appeared the New York Times Company would finally be rid of the millstone that is its foiled search engine manipulator About.com when Answers.com made a $270 million bid for the site. Now Reuters reports that Barry Diller’s IAC is willing to pay more than $300 million for About.com in order to combine it with Ask.com, which could leave Answers.com out of luck. Questions.com and Solutions.com have not yet expressed interest as far as we know.
For a guy who couldn’t get approved for the Ambassador to the U.N. years ago, couldn’t get approved for anything since, “begged” me for a non Senate approved job, which I gave him despite many saying “Don’t do it, sir,” takes the job, mistakenly says “Libyan Model” on T.V., and..
….many more mistakes of judgement, gets fired because frankly, if I listened to him, we would be in World War Six by now, and goes out and IMMEDIATELY writes a nasty & untrue book. All Classified National Security. Who would do this?