The deal is valued at $2.65 Billion and combining the two companies is expected to yield $40-$50 million in savings over the next two years. And how are they going to do that?
As Jason so aptly puts it, "It won't be because they're buying less paper clips".
(In other words, they'll be shit-canning people.)
This leads to a long discussion about the direction the workforce is headed and the new "gig economy" which works out well for both corporations and employees. Companies can hire people on an "as needed" basis without having to pay for things like benefits.