best-free-hd-football-streaming-sites,U.K.-based cybersecurity firm Avast Plc said on Wednesday it was in advanced talks over a merger with peer NortonLifeLock Inc.
ame-&-lulu-tennis-backpack,If the deal goes through, it will be a cash-and-share offer, Avast said. The company, however, added there was no certainty a deal will be agreed.
NortonLifeLock confirmed late on Wednesday that it was in discussion with Avast regarding a possible combination, without providing further details.,volleyball-libero-sheet
xavier-wilson-basketball,Avast makes free and premium security software for desktop and mobile devices under the Avast and AVG brands. It has a market capitalisation of 5.20 billion pounds ($7.21 billion), according to Refinitiv data.
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how-to-read-hockey-betting-lines,NortonLifeLock was previously known as Symantec Corp, before it sold its enterprise-security business to Broadcom in 2019. It currently sells Norton antivirus software and LifeLock identity-theft-protection products for home and work use.match-handball-ile-de-france