Cisco To Buy Flip Camera Maker For $590 Million

Cisco To Buy Flip Camera Maker For $590 Million

ReutersCisco To Buy Flip Camera Maker For $590 MillionInformationWeekPure Digital's CEO will become general manager of Cisco's consumer business group in the deal. By W. David Gardner The Flip Mino is available in black or white.Cisco Pushes Further Into Consumer Territory BusinessWeekCisco to buy maker of Flip Video for $590M The Associated PresseWeek - CNET News - NetworkWorld.com - TMC Netall 274 news articles

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