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|4th February 2015, 12:24||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
IT industry back to bubble days
The IT industry seems to be back to the heady days of 2000, according to beancounters at EY (Ernst & Young).
EY counted 3,512 mergers or acquisitions in the tech sector in 2014, for a total value of $237.6 billion, the highest figure since 2000.
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