Pepper Hamilton, Cravath Advise IBM on Push Into Social Networking
IBM acquired software maker Kenexa in a deal valuing the company at $1.3 billion. IBM said the acquisition will help clients "embrace social business capabilities" -- in part by culling data from social networks.
By Sara Randazzo|September 04, 2012
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Seven years after going public, human resources-related software maker Kenexa Corporation agreed on Monday to be sold to IBM Corporation in a deal that values the Wayne, Pennsylvania-based company at $1.3 billion.
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