High Court Questions Obama’s Climate-Change Policy

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Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Supreme Court justices questioned whether the Environmental Protection Agency had authority to impose permit requirements on power plants and factories in a test of President Barack Obama’s climate-change agenda. Bloomberg's Greg Stohr reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)

Microsoft buying hotmail.

We have seen these kinds of numbers for companies at this stage who don't generate revenues and i'm not particularly troubled by that at all.

Looking at the size of their active user base and comparing it to twitter, you can see a lot of opportunities to produce material revenues in very short order depending on what dials they decide to turn.

It is stunning to see a company produce a network of this size and such short order.

Why can't that happen over and over?

Parents join and they say i'm out, that's what makes facebook a bad neighborhood.

That will be a pretty problem for the services, maintaining any sort of persistency.

I think we are going to see a series of acquisitions like this over time.

I want to push back on what paul said.

You were a banker at goldman sachs -- it wasn't even users, it was eyeballs and page views and those were serious the tricks discussed around mergers and acquisitions.

This number of users is silly unless its revenues attached to users and i don't see inning there.

Not to be debbie downer, but i think it's a hard thing to get to.

I'm sure there was no dcf on the analysis.

It is a growth story.

What paul mentioned with respect to twitter is comparable as you start to tm on value, but you raise a good point.

Whether or not facebook ultimately introduces ad products, they said they won't. this has such potential, these are customers using this roddick

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