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Irish Microsoft firm worth $100bn ahead of merger

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
24th June, 2018

An Irish-registered subsidiary of Microsoft held more than $100 billion of assets ahead of a merger with another company owned by the software giant.

Microsoft Round Island One merged earlier this month with another entity called Microsoft Flat Island Company, according to regulatory filings. Both companies share the same address at Matheson, the blue chip Dublin law firm.

Documents lodged at the Companies Registration Office show Round Island One had total assets of $109.4 billion (almost...

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