IBM is paying $1.4 billion in cash to acquire Sterling Commerce from AT&T, the companies announced today.
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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission won't block Google's US$750 million acquisition of mobile advertising vendor AdMob because the deal isn't likely to harm competition in the emerging mobile advertising market, the agency said Friday.
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