from Breakingviews:

Tech services deals count on more with less

September 28, 2009

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The U.S. computer services industry is back in favor, after a decade of struggling to cut costs and compete with offshore firms from India and elsewhere. At least that would be the obvious conclusion to draw from a recent string of multibillion-dollar deals.

from DealZone:

Pricey Palm attracts attention

September 24, 2009

If you want to take a bite out of Apple’s piece of the staggeringly huge (but difficult to quantify in $$$ terms) smartphone market pie, you’d better either have the magical new “thing” or be willing to spend to buy it.

from Commentaries:

The guessing game ahead of Dell-Perot deal

September 22, 2009

Dell Perot puzzle pieceIn retrospect, it's easy to say we could have guessed it:

Why didn't some investors put 2+2 together and figure out that Perot Systems might be a target for Dell -- before that is, Dell announced its $3.9 billion cash deal to buy Perot.

from Commentaries:

Dell shows discipline in opting for Perot

September 21, 2009

-- Eric Auchard is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own --
  
By Eric Auchard

from DealZone:

Is Dell overpaying for Perot?

September 21, 2009

With something like $10 billion in cash, Dell wouldn't seem to be stretching itself to buy Perot Systems. But the $3.9 billion it is offering represents a 67 percent premium, so Dell shareholders should probably ask themselves whether Perot's business is worth so much.