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|25th March 2009, 07:32||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Could Seagate be preparing a merger?
optionMonster comments that these changes are "not likely to have been caused by a product release." That leaves the option that Seagate is considering a "takeover candidate." The research site doesn't speculate on who the potential buyer or buyout candidate might be, but only a handful of major players remain in the mechanical storage market: Western Digital, Hitachi, Samsung, and Toshiba (which recently took Fujitsu's storage division under its wing).
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