This article was published on May 13, 2018

Learn Excel and get Microsoft-approved certification — and the training is less than $10

Learn Excel and get Microsoft-approved certification — and the training is less than $10
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Back in 2014, tech firm Tibco Software agreed to a buyout from venture capital company Vista Equity Partners to the tune of almost $4.2 billion. But once the deal was signed, a closer look at Tibco’s documentation turned up a shocking discovery: Tibco Software was actually worth almost $4.3 billion. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, a simple mistake in a spreadsheet algorithm had unwittingly undervalued the company by $100 million.

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