TechCrunch  Oct 20  Comment 
 In 2000, some companies had big data problems before the concept we know today even existed. Back in those days, these organizations used a concept called the data warehouse to deal with large amounts of data, and a company called...
Cloud Computing  Jan 15  Comment 
DataStax, the company that powers the online applications that transform business, today announced that Jim Baum has joined its Board of Directors. Baum recently was President and CEO of data warehousing and analytics company Netezza. In 2007, he...
Stock Blog Hub  Nov 18  Comment 
International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) announced the completion of the acquisition of renowned data warehouse company, Netezza Corp. as previously announced by IBM on September 20th. Marlborough, Massachusetts-based Netezza is a leading...
Stock Briefings  Nov 17  Comment 
IBM (NYSE:IBM) has acquired Netezza.IBM (NYSE:IBM) Acquires Netezza Corp.IBM (NYSE:IBM)’s acquisition of Netezza, a leading company in data warehousing technology, was an all-cash transaction of $1.70 billion or $27.00 per share.This deal will...
StreetInsider.com  Nov 11  Comment 
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Stock Blog Hub  Oct 4  Comment 
A premier Information Technology (IT) services provider, International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) has agreed to acquire data warehouse company Netezza Corp. (NZ) in an all cash transaction of $1.70 billion or $27.00 per share. The price of...
Globe Newswire  Sep 27  Comment 
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 27, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. announces that an investor of Netezza Corporation (NYSE:NZ) filed a lawsuit in State Court against members of the board of directors alleging breaches of fiduciary duty
Cloud Computing  Sep 21  Comment 
My take is that these purchases are for more than the engines that drive analytics -- they are for the engines that drive SaaS, cloud, mobile, web and what we might call the more modern work loads ... data intensive, high-scaling, fast-changing...
New York Times  Sep 21  Comment 
I.B.M.'s announcement Monday that it is buying Netezza for $1.7 billion highlights how much the fast-growing field of business intelligence is increasingly both a hardware and a software technology.
Reuters  Sep 21  Comment 
IBM, joining the deal-making frenzy, plans to buy data analytics company Netezza Corp for $1.7 billion to expand in technology services and help clients better analyze market information.

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