The Internet pioneer was left for dead not too long ago, but it has been on a roll lately with a stock price that looks like it's nowhere near out of gas.
Bloomberg pegs the deal at close to $1 billion, while the AllThingsD site estimates it as $200 million at most.
The nonprofit Armed Citizen Project is looking to equip residents of high-crime areas with 20-gauge shotguns.
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A minor league baseball team tries to entertain fans in the men's room with 'the world's only truly hands-free' controller.
The popular shellfish is fetching 30% more per pound than it did last year, prompting some eateries to drop it.
Experts have yet to say whether the Internet-enabled eyewear presents a hazard to drivers, but at least one state thinks it could be a bad combination.
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