European regulators have given the approval for Dassault Systemes to buy the IBM unit distributing product life-cycle management software. Dassault Systemes, which is behind major aircraft design software tools, most notably the Catia suite, in October announced plans to buy the IBM sales and client support operations. The IBM unit already was selling Dassault Systemes products. The deal carries a price tag of $600 million in cash. Dassault Systemes says that with the approval, the deal is ...


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