Top US corporations from chip makers to Google have frozen the supply of critical software and components to Huawei, complying with a Trump administration crackdown that threatens to choke off China’s largest technology company.
Rebound relationships are never a good idea. Someone should tell that to Broadcom. The computer chip maker, fresh off being jilted in its attempted takeover of Qualcomm, reached an agreement to buy CA
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Broadcom has formally abandoned its attempt to acquire rival chip maker Qualcomm after US President Donald Trump blocked the deal citing national security risks.
“Although we are disappointed with this
US President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Monday blocking Broadcom from pursuing its hostile takeover of Qualcomm, scuttling a US$117bn deal that had been scrutinised by a secretive panel over the
Intel is considering a bid for Broadcom as part of a range of acquisition alternatives in reaction to the Singapore-based chip maker’s bid for US rival Qualcomm, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with
Broadcom’s hostile takeover attempt of Qualcomm could pose a national security risk because of Qualcomm’s leadership in developing critical semiconductor technology, according to the US treasury department
Qualcomm has said it will engage in negotiations with Broadcom, the clearest indication by the company that it is open to a potential takeover. Following a meeting with executives at both companies on
Qualcomm’s board has unanimously rejected a higher acquisition offer from Broadcom, spurning the largest technology takeover bid in history and likely leaving the future of the hostile US$121bn proposal to be decided by
Broadcom has raised its bid for Qualcomm to about $121bn, in an attempt to force what could be the largest-ever technology deal. The new offer of $82 a Qualcomm share will be Broadcom’s final offer, according