Top 10 Tech deals in 2013Loading
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    Yahoo has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to buy blogging forum Tumblr, ranking it in among the top 10 tech deals announced this year, according to research firm Dealogic. Here’s a list of the top 10 tech mergers and acquisitions in 2013. Valuation is based on Dealogic’s criteria and includes debt.
    Paul Sakuma | AP
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    1. Dell Inc., to Silver Lake Management LLC (original bid), Feb. 5, 2013, $20.7 billion for 85 percent of company.
    Paul Sakuma | AP
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    3. Business service management software company BMC Software Inc., to Bain Capital Partners and others, May 6, 2013, $7.2 billion.
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    4. Network gear maker Acme Packet Inc., to Oracle Corp., Feb. 4, 2013, $2 billion.
    JEFF CHIU | Associated Press
  • <b>5.</b> Manufacturer and distributor of plastic and electronic animal identification tags Allflex Holdings, to BGC Partners Ltd., May 3, 2013, $1.3 billion.
    5. Manufacturer and distributor of plastic and electronic animal identification tags Allflex Holdings, to BC Partners Ltd., May 3, 2013, $1.3 billion.
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    6. American global financial services company BGC Partners Inc. (eSpeed platform), to NASDAQ OMX Group Inc., April 1, 2013, $1.2 billiion
    Richard Drew | AP
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    9. Power-One Inc., to ABB Ltd., April 22, 2013, $1.03 billion (in a solar-power deal)
    A. Tambunan | Bee file, 2011
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