Citrix investors greenlight $16.5bn private equity takeover

The vendor confirmed it was being snapped up by two private equity firms in February

Kelsey Rees
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Citrix investors greenlight $16.5bn private equity takeover

Citrix has announced its stockholders have voted to approve its acquisition by two private equity investors.  The vendor confirmed in February that it had been taken over for $16.5bn by affiliat...

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