Updated 10:40 p.m., with details from Wall Street Journal report.
Microsoft is leaning toward waging a proxy fight, according to a CNBC report, citing sources close to the software giant.
The report speculates that Microsoft may launch its opposition slate of directors on Wednesday. According to a report in TechCrunch, the opposition slate may include such folks as:
Kenneth Goldman, former Siebel Systems chief financial officer; Richard Kashnow, former Raychem chief executive; James Mooney, Sirius Satellite Radio and chairman of Virgin Media; Vanessa Wittman, former Adelphia Communications chief financial officer; Ross Levinsohn, former Fox Interactive Media president; John … Read more