Dell Inc. has agreed to buy EMC Corp. for about $67 billion (roughly Rs. 4,34,139 crores) in the largest technology acquisition ever, creating a corporate-computing giant that will use a wider product lineup to woo customers as demand slows and competition stiffens. Dell plans to pay $24.05 (roughly Rs. 1,560) a share in cash plus
Toshiba, SanDisk’s partner in making memory chips, is more likely to sign off on a potential takeover of SanDisk by hard drive maker Western Digital than by rival memory chip maker Micron, analysts said. Micron Technology Inc and Western Digital Corp are in talks with SanDisk Corp about a possible acquisition, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.