Palm's Fortunes: Cloudy Again

After rumors of a Motorola buyout faded, investors were left wondering what the future holds for the Treo maker

It was all supposed to be decided this week. Palm, the storied Silicon Valley company made famous in the mid-1990s for its innovative line of personal digital assistants starting with the PalmPilot, and leading up to the current Treo line of wireless smartphones, would become part of Motorola.

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