NOT ALL MARRIAGES are happy ones, and information technology company mergers, acquisitions and other tie-ups are no exception.
We don't know the divorce statistics for IT corporate collaborations because no one keeps track, but there have been a number of spectacularly troubled and unsuccessful inter-company initiatives over the years. Our sister IT news web site V3 has noted a number of the most salient examples in its Top 10 technology marriages made in hell. µ
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