CA buys Rally Software for DevOps and cloud-based agile development in $480m deal

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CA goes shopping for something more up-to-date in response to falling revenues

Software vendor CA Technologies is to acquire Rally Software Development for $480m in a bid to flesh out its agile development software and services. CA CEO Mike Gregoire justified the deal by s...

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