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Mergers and Acquisitions
Acquisitions have led to a flurry of activity in the business world in the last year and the pace isn't letting up.
Twitter and Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey may now have to chart an independent course in the face of stagnant user growth, heavy losses and mounting competition from the likes of Instagram and Snapchat.
Companies like Salesforce, Disney and Google have shown interest in the microblogging company.
It sounds oxymoronic, or perhaps just regular moronic, but it's true. The furthest you can ever fall is when you've reached your peak.
Jet, with its ability to lower prices as customers add more items to their shopping carts, will help the world's largest retailer reach more customers, including millennials.
Women comprise a growing percentage of entrepreneurs but seem less interested in buying a business than in starting their own.
The German company is aiming to create a one-stop shop for seeds, crop chemicals and computer-aided services to farmers.
'Google is search, Facebook is social, we're going to be brand,' he said.
Samsung will invest $100 million to $300 million in HP through open market purchases once the deal is through.
Cloud computing is the increasingly popular practise of using remote internet servers to store, manage and process data.
Intel's goal in acquiring McAfee was to sell security software for more than just PCs.
Chief Executive Meg Whitman is focusing the group on a few areas such as networking, storage and technology services since it separated last year from computer and printer maker HP Inc.
Rumors that Twitter could be acquired have been swirling for years, but they may finally come true.
Entrepreneur Network partner Jason Swenk dives into the numbers.
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