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Adobe, Salesforce and Zoom have for now ruled out following Microsoft’s lead despite extra costs
We can learn lessons from the internet bubble about which companies will fly, and which will flail
Competition watchdog adds to scrutiny from EU and US
Transaction faces lengthy antitrust probe in Brussels as global watchdogs signal concern over market consolidation
Shantanu Narayen says blocking deals such as its proposed Figma takeover will lead to less investment in start-ups
CMA is first regulator to announce review into proposed takeover of design software company
A new survey from campaign group Reboot reveals extent of inequalities the sector
At what point does bargain hunting turn into shopping addiction?
The gamble on a company disrupting its core industry is that the new market will end up bigger than the old one
Most valuable listed companies in sector all trade below last year’s highs
Software giant’s share price tumbles nearly 17% on deal premium and cautious earnings forecast
$20bn for what exactly?
Adobe’s stock fell 17 per cent on news of the deal — equal to a $30bn decline in market equity
Creative software group’s shares likely to remain under pressure
Photo-editing giant could face disruption from tools aimed at small businesses and consumers
Holiday sales have started strongly, but Omicron raises new questions
Prices on US ecommerce websites are rising while holiday discounts dwindle, Adobe report says
Paytm to IPO, Channel 4’s privatisation, Nebia’s new showerhead
Consumers on track to spend more than previous year even with major sales events still to come
Oracle and SAP fade after failing to change fast enough
Maker of Photoshop and Reader software had closed accounts to comply with US sanctions
Move by software group criticised by users who complain of heavy-handedness
Let's talk about SAAS baby.
Record revenues are a 19 per cent increase on last year’s totals