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Broadcom shares eye $16bn wipeout after CA Technologies deal


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Broadcom move for CA Technologies signals strategic shift

Chipmaker changes tack and targets sector that keeps the world’s data centres humming
FT.com

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Broadcom Announces $18.9B Bid for CA Technologies [Video]Broadcom Announces $18.9B Bid for CA Technologies

In order to diversify its business.

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Broadcom Agrees to Buy CA Technologies in $18.9 Billion Deal [Video]Broadcom Agrees to Buy CA Technologies in $18.9 Billion Deal

Jul.12 -- Broadcom Inc. agreed to acquire CA Technologies for $18.9 billion in a deal that allows the chipmaker to expand into corporate software. Bloomberg's Jason Kelly reports on "Bloomberg..

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Broadcom buys CA Technologies for $18.9 bln [Video]Broadcom buys CA Technologies for $18.9 bln

Broadcom Inc announces a $18.9 billion deal to buy U.S. business software company CA Inc, venturing far beyond its realm of semiconductors. Grace Lee reports.

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Broadcom Is To Acquire CA Technologies [Video]Broadcom Is To Acquire CA Technologies

Broadcom announced on Wednesday its intent to acquire CA Technologies, an American software company, for $18.9 billion in cash. Business Insider writes that the move was confirmed by CA Technologies in..

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Weirdest. Acquisition. Ever. Broadcom buys CA Technologies


The Register

Broadcom/CA Technologies: soft sell

US chipmaker seems to be getting what it needs instead of what it wants
FT.com

Broadcom set to buy CA Technologies for nearly $19bn


FT.com

CA Technologies jumps on report of possible Broadcom deal


FT.com

IBM hires CA Technologies veteran Saswato Das to lead corporate comms

The tech giant has also appointed a VP of IBM West communications and a Content Hub VP.
PRWeek

Starbucks is getting tough on bias, and your business should, too

starbucks is getting tough on bias, and your business should, too
Last week, on 29 May, Starbucks closed more than 8,000 stores across America to provide implicit bias training for employees. The move is a response to backlash, after a staff member called the police..
City A.M.

Digital Identity needs to be focused on

Paul Briault, Digital Security, Identity and API Management Director at CA Technologies, talks about...
Finextra

TD Bank hires Ronald Alepian as chief communications officer

He is a veteran of National Public Relations and CA Technologies.
PRWeek

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