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    There's a lot to consider with Microsoft's expensive Nuance deal.

    On the April 12, 2021, Microsoft announced it entered into an agreement to buy Nuance Communications, Inc., a company specializing in speech technology and AI. Microsoft is paying $19.7 billion to claim Nuance as its own. It's estimated that a small portion of that overall figure — a little over $3 billion of it — covers the cost of Nuance's debts, with the rest (around $16 billion) representing the value of the deal itself.

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    04-12-2021 05:50 PM

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