Anmol Krishan Sachdeva
Microsoft Corp. closed its $26 billion deal to buy the famous professional-networking site Linkedin, bolstering the largest acquisition in the tech giant’s history. The conjugal of the two firms, announced in June, 2016 is a wager that the social network can revive Microsoft’s software offerings despite topical struggles by both companies. The closure of the deal was announced by Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella in a Linkedin post on December 8, 2016 after six months of the news first broke of the deal. This is one of the bravestrisk the organization has taken under its Chief Executive Satya Nadella. The present case will do a detailed analysis of this move by Microsoft Corp. and catch on reasons that could make this deal efficacious unlike its earlier deals.
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