How would you define "boatloads?"
One dictionary suggests "an indefinite quantity that is above the average in size or magnitude."
Well, thanks to Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz, we now have another definition of "boatloads"–its the precise amount of money it would take for her to sell Yahoo to Microsoft. Not a penny more, not a penny less!
Speaking during an interview at the D7 conference, Bartz explained her stance on selling Yahoo to the Redmond company:
“If there’s boatloads of money, and there’s the right technology, and the information we would have to have, then yeah….It’s that simple.”
There you go! It’s that simple!