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By early 2008, the tumultuous ownership relations between the founders and e Bay had resulted in significant leadership churn, with a succession of Skype presidents including Niklas Zennström, Rajiv Dutta, Alex Kazim, Niklas Zennström (again), and Henry Gomez, all holding that title at various points between 20.The business had failed to meet certain earn-out targets, growth was decelerating, product development had slowed significantly, and in October 2007 e Bay took a $1.4 billion 'impairment' on the value of Skype, admitting it had overpaid, and now valuing the company at about $2.7 billion.Skypecasts hosted public conference calls for up to 100 people at a time.



Support for paid services such as calling landline/mobile phones from Skype (formerly called Skype Out), allowing landline/mobile phones to call Skype (formerly called Skype In and now Skype Number), and voice messaging generates the majority of Skype's revenue. Silver Lake, Andreessen Horowitz and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board announced the acquisition of 65% of Skype for $1.9 billion from e Bay, valuing the business at $2.75 billion.Many users and observers had commented on the high rate of dropped calls and the difficulty reconnecting dropped calls.Updates including versions for the Sony PSP hand-held gaming system, version 2.0 for Linux with support for video-conferencing. as of 2016, it is operating as part of Microsoft's Office Product Group.

and Skype Limited) is a telecommunications company headquartered in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg and Palo Alto, CA, United States, whose chief business is the manufacturing and marketing of the video chat and instant messaging computer software program Skype, and various Internet telephony services associated with it.

Skype also became commonly used by network news stations around the world, as a cost-effective replacement for sending satellite trucks, and enabling fast response from citizen journalists. Securities and Exchange Commission, seeking to terminate a licensing agreement with e Bay which allowed e Bay (and therefore Skype) to use the peer-to-peer communications technology on which Skype is based.