In the programming world, there is a widely accepted theory that if you make code publicly available it will result in a higher quality product. In a utopian nerd world, the Open Source methodology enables many developers to…
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We know there are many reasons why a company may choose to merge with or acquire another company. The most universal of which are synergy, the idea that the involved parties mutually benefit from complementary strengths; diversification, growth and eliminating competition. While these reasons certainly apply to tech industry giants like Google, there are three distinct motivations to buy that are specific to the technology sector.
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I want to shed some light on a phenomenon that has been occurring for decades in the technology sector and has recently begun to accelerate drastically.
Size matters—for some. Whether it’s having lots of money or growing a big business, we live in a bigger is better culture. But why do we think size matters in business? Most likely, it’s because we’re trying to meet objectives like reduced overhead, efficiency, and reduced competition.