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The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has decided to launch a full-blown probe of Adobe's takeover of web-first collaboration and software design house Figma after the companies failed to offer remedies to worries about the merger. The $231 billion market cap software giant's $20 billion bid was launched in …

  1. _olli

    Freemium will prevail, yeah right...

    Adobe's offer to pay $500 per every current Figma user in this acquisition deal means that they expect to extract at least that amount of money from the user pool.

    1. Zippy´s Sausage Factory

      Re: Freemium will prevail, yeah right...

      But they'll start by badly incorporating Figma's features into their existing products, then close it down completely. I seem to recall them doing that a couple of times before.

      1. TVU Silver badge

        Re: Freemium will prevail, yeah right...

        Indeed, and they are not to be trusted (also applies to Oracle, IBM, etc).

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