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Short Take: Baltimore Technologies buys software maker

British Internet security company Baltimore Technologies has signed an agreement to buy content security-software maker Content Technologies in a stock swap worth $992 million. Content's products enable businesses to protect against exposure to junk email and viruses. The purchase strengthens Baltimore's position in the Internet security market and gives the company a foothold in the content security market, the company said.

British Internet security company Baltimore Technologies has signed an agreement to buy content security-software maker Content Technologies in a stock swap worth $992 million. Content's products enable businesses to protect against exposure to junk email and viruses. The purchase strengthens Baltimore's position in the Internet security market and gives the company a foothold in the content security market, the company said.