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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Unica Corp.
EMC Corp. has reached a deal to buy Isilon Systems Inc. for $2.25 billion in cash, the latest in a recent spree of acquisitions in the tech sector as companies look to broaden the types of software and equipment they offer big corporate customers and government agencies.
IBM Corp. said Friday it has agreed to buy Unica Corp., a marketing services company, for $480 million, or $21 per share.
IBM Corp. said Friday that it has agreed to buy the marketing services company Unica Corp. in a $480 million deal that would give IBM more tools to meet its customers' growing demand for targeted advertising.
THE DEAL: IBM Corp. is buying the marketing services company Unica Corp. for $480 million in cash.