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Microsoft announced today that it would take a $6.2 billion write off for charges in its Onlive Services division, mostly due to the acquisition of aQuantive in 2007.
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...