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Nov. 4, 2015 12:54 pm

8 of the biggest Baltimore tech exits since 2013

Adtech companies and their exits seem to continue to be a hallmark of the Baltimore tech scene.
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A little over two years ago, Technical.ly wrote a list looking at the biggest tech acquisitions in the Baltimore area since 2001. Now, we’re giving it an update and taking stock of the big moves the Baltimore tech scene has witnessed since 2013.

(Curious about the rest of the East Coast’s tech exits? Check out the history of major Delaware and Philadelphia deals, too.)

1. Micros Systems acquired by Oracle (December 2014)

2. Millennial Media acquired by AOL (September 2015)

3. OrderUp acquired by Groupon (July 2015)

4. AirPatrol Corp. acquired by Sysorex Global Holdings Corp. (April 2014)

5. Roomtag acquired by Asure Software Inc. (August 2014)

6. Curiosityville acquired by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (May 2014)

7. Cynergy acquired by KPMG (March 2014)

8. Mediaglu acquired by AppNexus (December 2014)

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