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Computer Makers May Merge

June 13, 1985|Associated Press

DETROIT — Burroughs Corp. and Sperry Corp., two of the world's largest computer makers, announced today that they have opened negotiations aimed at a merger of the companies in what could be a $6-billion deal.

New York-based Sperry, with sales of $5.2 billion in 1984, is the larger of the two companies. Burroughs, headquartered here, had 1984 sales of $4.9 billion.

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