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the borg (10-29-18, 10:28 AM)
IBM is acquiring Red Hat, a major distributor of open-source
software and technology, in a deal valued around $34 billion,
the companies announced on Sunday.

According to a joint statement, IBM will pay cash to buy all
shares in Red Hat at $190 each. Shares in Red Hat closed at
$116.68 on Friday before the deal was announced.


valued-at-34-billion.html
Nomen Nescio (10-29-18, 03:36 PM)
the borg explained :
> IBM is acquiring Red Hat, a major distributor of open-source
> software and technology, in a deal valued around billion,
> the companies announced on Sunday.
> According to a joint statement, IBM will pay cash to buy all
> shares in Red Hat at 0 each. Shares in Red Hat closed at
> 6.68 on Friday before the deal was announced.
>
> valued-at-34-billion.html


Dang! Wish I had some insider information about this purchase.
Jasen Betts (10-29-18, 09:34 PM)
On 2018-10-29, Nomen Nescio <noreply> wrote:
> the borg explained :
> Dang! Wish I had some insider information about this purchase.


You're that desperate for accomodation?
F. Russell (02-27-19, 07:02 PM)
On Tue, 26 Feb 2019 22:00:11 -0800, tom vomited this verbiage that I
considered to be worthy of my attention for one of a variety of possible
reasons:

> Maybe they will fire Poettering and finally put systemd, PulseAudio,
> and Dbus in the bin.


With all the distro maintainers lining up to kiss Poettering's
ass, it's not very likely.
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