Broadcom finally completes $69bn acquisition of VMware

Penny Horwood
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VMWare is now VMWare by Broadcom

Global software supplier Broadcom has successfully concluded its $69 billion acquisition of cloud-computing company VMware after securing regulatory approval in China. As of yesterday VMware operat...

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