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[TechRepublic] Seven tech industry acquisitions we would sanction

April 13, 2009

Seven tech industry acquisitions we would sanction

Tech Sanity CheckWith many of the big tech companies hording piles of cash and many unstable companies licking their wounds from the recession, the tech industry is ripe for consolidation. See which potential acquisitions would make the most sense.

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