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Apple values acquihire targets by the number of engineers

Apple’s approach to acquisitions is focused on smaller companies rather than big-name deals, an exploration into the iPhone maker’s activities insists, with Apple valuing “acquihire” targets by how many engineers it can secure.Apple, and many other companies with considerable resources, often enter negotiations to acquire smaller firms. While the high-value transactions get the headlines in most cases, Apple differs from its tech giant rivals in that it prefers to go for smaller acquisitions.People who joined Apple via an acquisition or had taken part in the acquisition process said to CNBC that Apple’s focus was on attaining technical staff from startups and other small entities. Apple is also thought to value companies based on the number of engineers at the firm, and how quickly it can integrate those employees into its own teams. Read more…
Source: Apple Insider News and Secrets on New Apple Products

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