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As part of an online advertising push designed to leapfrog Yahoo and present a serious challenge to Google, Microsoft has just closed a $6 billion deal with digital marketing company aQuantive. As the software industry...
Microsoft has announced plans to acquire aQuantive, a digital marketing services agency, for around $6 billion. Microsoft said aQuantive's 2,600 employees will be incorporated into its online services business, dedicated to growing advertising on the...