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How the Giant Was Parceled Out Around the Globe

Saturday, July 25, 2009

BearingPoint has been busy dismantling itself this year. Here's a look at where some of the parts wound up.

May 8: BearingPoint closed on the $350 million sale of the majority of its North American public services business to Deloitte.

May 11: BearingPoint completed the sale of its Japan practice to PricewaterhouseCoopers Japan.

June 15: BearingPoint sold a "significant portion" of its North American commercial services business to PricewaterhouseCoopers for about $44 million.

July 10: Falls Church-based computer services giant CSC said it had reached an agreement to acquire BearingPoint's Brazilian operation.

July 13: Keane, a computer services firm, announced that it had completed its purchase of portions of BearingPoint's state and local government business.

July 17: BearingPoint agreed to sell its practices in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to its European management company for about $69 million.

Sources: BearingPoint and staff reporting.

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