It’s not uncommon for tech companies to turn down buy-out offers made by other tech companies, but when that offer is $2.25 billion, it sort of makes you wonder: “what on earth are you thinking?”This surely must be what’s on the minds of tech analysts in wake of the revelation by the New York Times regarding Rovio’s snub of Zynga’s offer to buy the Angry Birds brand and underlying assets—i.e. the whole of Rovio. Zynga is mum on the issue and Rovio isn’t talking either, but sources close to the situation confirm that the approach was made and subsequently turned down.
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