By Jeffrey Goldfarb NEW YORK, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Deal-hungry companies are mixing it up a lot more this year -- using a combination of cash and stock to fund acquisitions twice as often as they did last year. With more cash available because of low interest rates and stock prices timidly on the rise amid a market still considered volatile, companies have been hedging by using a combination instead of just cash or just shares alone. "I can't recall the last deal we did that wasn't a ...
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