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Tale of two companies

Is the tech industry darling's shift away from the headphone jack ground-breaking or money-making?

Samsung sells shares

Samsung Electronics flogs its shares in four companies to free up money for additional investments.

Informa bags US rival

The company bought Penton Information Services for £1.2 billion.

Dell Technologies takes over

Dell's $62 billion takeover of EMC is complete, making it the world's largest privately controlled technology company.

EU rules for Ireland

The European Union's anti-trust regulator has demanded that Ireland recoup roughly €13 billion in taxes from Apple.

Rackspace Hosting goes private

Apollo Global Management has bought the company for $4.3 billion.

Twitch buys Curse

Amazon's game streaming service Twitch bought gaming content and resource platform Curse.

Should body shaming be an Olympic sport?

With so many people passing online comments on the bodies of Olympic athletes, perhaps body shaming should become an event of its own.

Didi, Uber merge in China

The deal gives Uber a 20% stake and creates a combined entity valued at $35 billion.

Multibillion-dollar deals abound

The chequebooks were out this week, as deals went down with Verizon/Yahoo, Analog Devices/Linear Technology and Oracle/NetSuite.

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