GTECH being sold for $4.8 billion

Lottomatica SpA, the company that runs Italy's national lottery, agreed to buy GTECH Holdings Corp., the world's biggest seller of computerized lottery systems, for about 4 billion euros ($4.8 billion), Bloomberg News reported. Lottomatica is offering $35 in cash for each GTECH share, or 4.5 percent more than Monday's closing price, Rome-based Lottomatica and West…

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