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Is Microsoft going on a shopping spree?

Is Microsoft going on a shopping spree?

According to the Gartner Group analysts, the world's largest software group could soon take over several companies. This is justified by the fact that Microsoft is sitting around 38 billion US dollars, but nothing can do with it.

Vor Microsoft had to hold back, especially during the ongoing AntiTrust process, as the company was in danger of being split in two. But now there is fierce speculation about which path Microsoft will take. Since a large-scale purchase would still be too risky at the moment, there is speculation about possible dividends for the shareholders. Besides, with analysts believing that Microsoft will come out of the process largely unimpaired, something will have to be done with what is likely to be $ 40 billion in the next quarter. Microsoft has bought a total of 60 companies in the past 10 years, this time service and media groups are at the top of the wish list. If the study is to be believed, Microsoft will take over five large IT companies by the end of 2005, one of which is supposedly known worldwide. This would make it much easier to establish the .NET strategy on the market. In addition, you simply need more manpower to support the increasing number of large customers with a wide variety of services.

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