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Corporate Web designer Razorfish has completed the acquisition of i-Cube, a Boston-based provider of electronic business transformation services, according to a company statement. Razorfish had announced in August its plans to acquire the company, as reported by News.com. Shareholders of both companies today approved the transaction and each share of i-Cube has been exchanged for 0.875 shares of Razorfish. The combined company, named Razorfish, is headquartered in New York.
Razorfish, which creates Web sites for online businesses, agrees to buy computer-system consultant and designer International Integration for $677 million in stock to offer more services.