Hey Siri, What Happened to Apple's Dealmaking? – Bloomberg

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Hi, it’s Mark in Los Angeles. Today, I’m looking at what’s happened to Apple’s appetite for M&A. There are also a number of multibillion-dollar transactions—including in waste management, software and health—to round up on this Merger Monday.

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Over the last decade-plus of covering Apple, I recall the iPhone maker buying all sorts of companies that led to major new advancements. Take Siri, which led to, you guessed it: Siri.

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