Salesforce today confirmed that it will be buying collaboration service Slack for $27.7 billion, calling it a "match made in heaven". The deal is yet to be approved by shareholders and regulators.
T-Mobile's plan to incorporate Sprint's business seems to be making progress, as a U.S. District Judge has approved of the deal. With three major hurdles out of the way, the deal is almost done.
TiVo and Xperi have announced they have entered a definitive agreement to merge both of the companies' businesses, resulting in a $3 billion company with a combined total of over 10,000 patents.
As per an announcement made today, SoftBank-owned Yahoo! Japan - now known as Z Holdings Corporation - will soon be merged with LINE Corp., a subsidiary of NAVER, to form a new joint company.
Just Eat and Takeaway.com have announced that they will merge following the agreement of their terms. Both firms are market leaders in several countries so the merger looks good for shareholders.
The Department of Justice reportedly wants T-Mobile and Sprint to create a new carrier using their own network as part of the tradeoffs the companies need to make to win its approval for their merger.
The third and fourth largest carriers in the United States have extended the deadline for the merger deal between the two to be approved. The companies have until July 29 to convince officials.
The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly voiced concerns over the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, saying that the deal may not be approved in its current form. A decision hasn't been made yet.
New York has made quite a statement, as it revoked the approval of the Spectrum merger, forcing the company to cease operations in the state. The state is also seeking $3 million in penalties.
Synaptics, known mostly for its touchpads and fingerprint sensors, is reportedly in talks to merge with Dialog Semiconductor, responsible for the design of the PMICs in many Apple devices.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam says he does not care about the T-Mobile and Sprint merger. With 5G around the corner Verizon feels confident T-Mobile will be too busy playing catch up.
After years of rumors and discussions, T-Mobile and Sprint have finally announced that they will be merging. The new combined company will be headed by current T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
According to some sources, talks are in progress between Uber's Indian branch and its local competitor Ola Cabs, after a merger was called for by SoftBank, an investor common to both companies.
Grab will now take over Uber's Southeast Asia business, including around 500 employees, as part of a merger deal. In exchange, Uber will acquire a 27.5 percent stake in the combined company.
Broadcom and Qualcomm have agreed to meet on February 14th to discuss the $121 billion acquisition offer. Qualcomm turned down a meeting for last weekend but now have had a change of heart.
In a move that is not totally unexpected, Qualcomm's board of directors has rejected the $130 billion, $70-per-share offer from Broadcom as "undervalued." Broadcom still plans to pursue a merger deal.
We knew the move may be coming, and Broadcom has now put a number on its unsolicited bid for chip maker Qualcomm. The company hopes the acquisition will give it a better chance in the wireless arena.
T-Mobile and Sprint have decided to discontinue their merger talks after months of discussing the potential $74 billion deal, as the leadership of the two companies failed to reach mutual terms.
During today's trading, a series of stories showed up on the Dow Jones newswire reporting that Google was buying Apple for a tidy $9 billion. Apparently, a technical glitch caused the fake news.
After multiple reports last month, it appears that T-Mobile and Sprint may finally be on the home stretch in regards to their merger. A source familiar with the matter has revealed new details.
After a number of negotiations over three years, the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint may finally be happening, with Reuters reporting a possible announcement as soon as next month.
The third and fourth place cellular companies are again in negotiations to join forces to compete with Verizon and AT&T, and while talks appear serious, neither has gotten to the due diligence phase.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation and the CoderDojo Foundation are coming together to drastically increase the number of young people that can be reached with the latter's coding events.
When Verizon completes its acquisition of Yahoo later this year, the plan is to merge the organization with AOL to create a new company called Oath. Will the Yahoo brand live on elsewhere?
Three UK CEO hits-out over European Commission intervention which ruled that mobile network Three may not merge with rival O2 to become Europe's best mobile network.
Following the approval from the FCC over a merger with Time Warner Cable, Charter is becoming the second-largest cable service provider in the U.S., giving Comcast a run for its money.
Nokia has announced that French regulators have approved the company's offer of 15.6 billion euros to acquire Alcatel-Lucent and will begin the merger starting January 14th.
It may end up being one of the largest tech-industry mergers in history and a big change in direction for Dell if it and enterprise vendor EMC can reach an agreement for a full or partial merger.
T-Mobile has been the target of acquisition for the past several years, but it looks like a new deal might be on the table as sources state that Dish Network is in talks to try to acquire T-Mobile.
Hutchison Whampoa, the parent company of the Three brand, has announced plans to sell 33 percent of the combined Three and O2 network once its buyout of O2 UK is completed.
According to Bloomberg, two of America's most hated companies will reportedly drop plans to merge. The rumors come after a hearing with regulatory bodies raising concerns about the deal Wednesday.
BT has officially announced that they are buying EE, the UK's largest 4G operator, for $19 billion paid out in cash and stock. The deal is expected to go through by early next year.
Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three, has confirmed that it is in exclusive talks with Telefónica to acquire O2 UK in a deal worth up to £10.25bn, which would create the UK's largest mobile carrier.
Weeks after the terms of the deal were said to have been agreed, Sprint has reportedly withdrawn its $32bn bid to purchase T-Mobile US, amid concerns that it would not get regulatory approval.
The merger of Sprint and T-Mobile is said to have been agreed, and the new combined carrier will apparently be named SoftBank USA, with brands including Virgin Mobile and MetroPCS being scrapped.
It appears that the nearly $50 billion merger is contingent on one very important DirecTV asset: NFL Sunday Ticket. Without it, AT&T will back out of the deal and not purchase the satellite company.
An analyst has predicted that Apple and Microsoft will be forced into closer cooperation and, eventually, a merger in as little as five years' time, to face down threats from the likes of Facebook.
Hulu's owners (Disney, Fox and NBCUniversal) have decided once again to not sell off the streaming video service, despite taking bid proposals from other companies, and will now invest more into Hulu.
Yahoo supposedly wants the buy the super popular Tumblr to invigorate its user base and get a foothold in mobile marketing. However, they are scared of competing with Facebook for Tumblr's graces.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS have entered a merger agreement just one day after the companies announced they were considering a potential merger. The deal is worth $1.5 billion