In early October 2015, Dell announced the acquisition of EMC, a data storage company, for the staggering sum of $67 billion. If approved, this deal will mark the largest acquisition in the history of the tech industry and turn Dell into an enterprise behemoth. Dell has spent the last few years restructuring and recovering from its own financial woes. Now, however, it’s making a bold step toward the future and using EMC’s existing reach and prowess in the digital storage market to get there. But is this acquisition worth the high price tag? Or will this go down in history as another AOL-Time Warner? To…

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