Mergers & Acquisitions Article Archive:
Does anyone in the channel care about the Comcast-TWC deal? Here’s why partners should keep an eye on the merger.
When the sale of its Motorola Mobility handset unit closes, Google will walk away with a nearly 6 percent stake worth $750 million in Lenovo, according to regulatory filings.
Sony has confirmed it is to sell its PC business, spin off its television unit and cut thousands of jobs as it slashed its net income forecast for the year.
Sony is in talks with an investment fund in Japan to sell its Vaio PC division according to reports.
Lenovo is having a busy week – new product launches, two major acquisitions and a massive reorganization. And this is likely just the beginning, as the company demonstrates its drive and ambition to become a major contender in the global IT channel and market.
IBM is reportedly looking to unload its software-defined networking technology unit following the sale of its x86 server unit to Lenovo. The sale, if it comes to fruition, reveals more about the future of IBM and the larger IT marketplace.
‘Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,’ claims Citrix, which insists it has a head start in the mobile space.
Lenovo is now a major player in the x86 server market after agreeing to buy IBM’s entry-level server unit for $2.3 billion. The deal catapults the China-based PC maker into a major competitor against Dell and Hewlett-Packard.
Ricoh follows other printer vendors in buying into managed services through the acquisition of MindShift, the subsidiary of struggling retail giant Best Buy. The deal says more about retail and printer segments than it does managed services viability.
Chinese vendor Lenovo releases a stock market statement as speculation over a possible deal for IBM’s low-end server arm grows.