Google, Microsoft and Yahoo are all said to be vying for Hulu, but only one can snap up the movie-streaming service. According to Walt Disney's CEO Rob Iger, Hulu's owners are "committed to selling" it, and that rather than focus on the actual buyer, they just want the best sale-price. The future of Hulu is at stake, and the joint-owners don't care who buys it? [WSJ and Reuters]
Hulu Is For Sale, But To Hu?
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