Microsoft in talks to purchase Nuance Communications for round $16 billion: studies
Microsoft Corp. is in superior talks to purchase speech-recognition firm Nuance Communications Inc. in a deal valued at about $16 billion, based on a number of studies Sunday.
Bloomberg Information, Reuters and CNBC every reported Microsoft might pay $56 a share, a 23% premium as of Friday’s closing inventory worth. If profitable, the acquisition could be Microsoft’s second-largest ever, behind 2016’s $24 billion buy of LinkedIn. All three studies stated an announcement could also be made within the coming days.
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