QUOTE(Buttsex @ Aug 8 2009, 03:01 PM)
You two know nothing about business. You don't sell your company because it's doing bad. What about Google buying Youtube, or News corp. buying Myspace?
Can you please go to college and get a clue?
And what about Youtube and Myspace? It was barely making money off of ads, they were both non-profit... it was SMART for the owners of Youtube and Myspace to sell their property for millions. Now the servers are off their hands and they don't have to pay out of pocket, instead they collect a check for their inventions.
The reason why AMD bit the bullet and bought ATI was because they thought they could do better with ATI's chips... which was the biggest mistake for AMD. ATI is combined with cheap products yet has huge dreams of out performing everything in the technology world.. but that's all that it is.. a dream, a fail one at that.
But you know what, I'm gonna give you, and only you, a chance to enlighten me about business. Please, educate us. Otherwise, you're still a fraud in my book, with nothin better than what? A high school diploma, if that?
Edit: Hell AMD is more than likely going to sell ATI assets to Broadcam, why? Because ATI f*ckin sucks. Look it up... they lost over a billion dollars (in the second quarter) on their ATI chips. AMD made a horrible investment and don't want that on their hands anymore. But they must be flourishing, right? Since... only reason to sell your assets is when your company is making you profits lol...