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5 Internet Companies That Could Be Acquired In The Next 12 Months

2017 has been rife with interesting M&A activity so far, but it’s only half over. These companies could be next. In the first half of 2017, we’ve already seen some compelling acqusitions: Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods, of course, but also Walmart buying Bonobos and Airbnb scooping up Tilt. But we still have six months to go before 2018, and there’s little sign that M&A mania will cool off.
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