Here's one for the "either/or" file. CNET is reporting that IGN.com and all its holdings are up for sale with a price tag of $800 million. Or maybe IGN.com is doing so well that it's about to file for an IPO. CNET isn't really sure. Maybe it's just me, but I always thought that companies that are doing poorly tend to go up for sale while successful companies file for the IPO and become fabulously wealthy. Here's my favorite quote from the article:
An IGN representative said only that the company is "looking at several options to fund our growth."
Ah, so that settles that then. I wonder if one of the options under consideration involves selling PlayStation Portables on eBay at a 300% markup.