IBM Buying Worklight to Enhance Mobile-Application Software

IBM Buying Worklight to Enhance Mobile-Application Software

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International Business Machines Corp., the world’s biggest computer-services provider, is acquiring Worklight Inc., a closely held maker of software for smartphones and tablets to enhance its mobile-service offerings....
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