Google, Apple, Microsoft and News Corp. are all poking their noses around Twitter, reports Kara Swisher. "Because this is America, a bid for Twitter could come at any time and in any amount." But
Twitter's co-founders don't want to sell, she says. "There is a sense when you talk to its founders and investors that they truly believe they are onto some very important interactive communications
paradigm shift in the Internet arena with their start-up."
Twitter's co-founders may not seem like they want to sell, but if Google, Apple, Microsoft or News Corp. were to table a hefty
$700 million offer, Swisher says "an epic free-for-all wrestling match to the death would break out among all of them, most especially Google and Microsoft. Sounds like fun to us!
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