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10/29/2018 | 5:32:53 PM
Then what's the point?
If nothing is going to change and Red Hat will continue to operate independently, what's the point of dropping $34B to acquire the company? It will take a decade or two to break even on the cost of the aquisition, if IBM isn't going to derive some more immediate value. And doing that will require getting Red Hat to change its focus; for example to target the DoD JEDI contract. So saying "nothing is going to change" is somewhat disingenuous if resources are going to be redirected. 

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