Value Of Tech M&A Deals Nearly Doubled In Q2 2011 To $52.1 Billion

Mergers and acquisitions may be slowing in some areas – but apparently not tech – where big deals are driving the train: While tech company IPOs have captured buzz of late, it looks like M&A activity in the sector has been booming. According to an Ernst & Young report, big deals drove the aggregate value of global technology M&A to $52.1 billion in the second quarter of 2011, nearly doubling the deal value from the first quarter (up 92 percent to be exact). [via Value Of Tech M&A Deals Nearly Doubled In Q2 2011 To $52.1 Billion | TechCrunch.] Advertisement: * Find an In-House Counsel Job @ GoInhouse.com * Like this post? Subscribe to InhouseBlog.com by email, Twitter or RSS or join the discussion at LinkedIn. Related posts: FTC Antitrust Blitz: 'Done Deals' Unraveled Upon Agency Review of Past Mergers Eight Legal Technology Trends for 2008 – Good Times, Bad Times or Hard Times in Legal Tech? | LLRX.com GC Tech Wish List for 2006

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