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What: Shares of speech solutions software provider Nuance Communications
So what: Speculation had been swirling on Wall Street that Nuance, the company behind the popular Siri speech recognition software found in the Apple
Now what: It's not uncommon to see a purchasing company fall when it announces a buyout because of the uncertainty associated with the deal and the financing often needed to facilitate it. Today's move higher is simply a sigh of relief for investors that Nuance's management remains focused on Nuance alone -- and Nuance's future does indeed look very bright. Cirrus Logic
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