NortonLifeLock to buy Avast for over $8 billion

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NortonLifeLock to buy Avast for over $8 billion
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NortonLifeLock to buy Avast for over $8 billion

About 1,000 jobs are at risk

US cyber security giant NortonLifeLock has announced that it is buying Czech rival Avast in a cash and stock deal, at a total value of more than $8 billion. It is unclear what the new group will...

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