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Broadcom CEO Hock Tan announced at the White House on November 2, 2017 that the tech company would be moving back to the United States from Singapore
A merger of Qualcomm and Singapore-based Broadcom would consolidate two major players in the booming sector fueled by growth in smartphones and other connected devices
The three major US stock indexes closed at records for the second straight day amid news of a big tech-sector merger deal, but Europe's leading markets dipped
President Donald Trump jokes with Broadcom CEO Hock Tan during a White House visit in early November. At the event Tan announced that Broadcom -- which launched a $130 billion bid for rival chip maker ...
NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 31 (Reuters) - World stocks advanced on Tuesday and set a record twelfth straight month of gains as Europe outpaced the advance on Wall Street, while the dollar was flat but saw its best month since February. Wall Street ended the session in positive territory, with the Nasdaq (Frankfurt: 813516 - news) scoring the best day of the three major indexes.
Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission slapped Qualcomm with a fine of Tw$23.4 billion ($774 million) for harming market competition and manipulating prices following an investigation launched in 2015
The European Court of Justice has ordered a re-examination of a record fine of 1.06 billion euros ($1.16 billion) on US chip giant Intel.
A Chinese-backed fund is to test Theresa May's pledge to subject foreign takeovers of British companies to closer scrutiny by lodging a formal bid for the struggling chipmaker Imagination Technologies (Other OTC: IGNMF - news) . Sky News has learnt that Canyon Bridge Capital Partners has hired advisers from the Wall Street bank Citi to work on an offer for Imagination, one of Britain's leading technology businesses. Sources said this weekend that Canyon Bridge had made significant progress during talks with Imagination in recent weeks, with a formal bid expected to be presented to the London-listed group in the next fortnight.
Cubic Telecom, a supplier of data connections for cars and other "internet of things" devices, said on Thursday it has closed a new $46.5 million (39.4 million euros) funding round from investors including chipmaker Qualcomm (Swiss: QCOM-USD.SW - news) and Audi (IOB: 0FG8.IL - news) 's venture arm. The 11-year-old Irish start-up said new investors include Spanish mobile data card maker Valid Soluciones Tecnologicas and the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF). Cubic has raised a total of $83.5 million to date, with Qualcomm and Audi having invested previously.
HMD Global is hoping a reinvention of the selfie will help the Nokia (Milan: 23568.MI - news) brand regain its place in the forefront of the mobile market. Its first flagship phone - the Nokia 8 - features the "bothie". The headline innovation of the Android-running device comes at the Finnish company, HMD Global, a private equity-backed firm led by former Nokia employees, attempts to reforge the brand's popularity.
Qualcomm chief Steve Mollenkopf, pictured in July 2017, said the chipmaker's legal war with Apple is about defending his company's business model
The euro strengthened to its highest level in nearly two years against the U.S. dollar on Thursday after Europe's central bank chief said officials would discuss possible changes to its bond-buying scheme this autumn, while a gauge of stocks globally gained for a 10th straight session. "The marketplace is looking for a good potential for (ECB quantitative easing) reduction to start in September or at least to be announced in September," said Richard Scalone, co-head of foreign exchange at TJM Brokerage in Chicago. In equities, the pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index lost 0.31 percent, while Wall Street's main stock indexes ended little changed but were around record high levels.
The euro surged to approach a two-year high against the U.S. dollar on Thursday after Europe's central bank chief said officials would discuss possible changes to its bond-buying scheme this autumn, while ...
A top Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) banker is leaving to join the world's biggest technology investment fund in a sign of the increasing allure of giant private capital pools to Wall Street's leading dealmakers. Sky News has learnt that Michael Ronen, the co-chief operating officer of Goldman's global technology, media and telecom group, is to become a partner at SoftBank (Swiss: SOFB.SW - news) 's $93bn Vision Fund, which counts Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL - news) , Qualcomm (Swiss: QCOM-USD.SW - news) and the Saudi royal family among its backers. Mr Ronen's move, which has yet to be announced, is a further indication of the clout of the new fund, which outranks any other single pool of capital raised for investment in the global technology sector.
US chipmaker Qualcomm has filed fresh legal actions against Apple alleging patent infringement and asking for a US import ban on any iPhones that unfairly use Qualcomm technology
Apple has expanded its legal battle against Qualcomm, accusing the US chip maker of charging for invalid patents in the latest twist in the clash between the two tech giants
When Japanese mobile carrier SoftBank announced a global fund for high-tech investments in partnership with Saudi Arabia, founder Masayoshi Son said he was focused on the 'Internet of Things,' artificial ...
BlackBerry, who logo is displayed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, is getting $815 million from chipmaker Qualcomm following arbitration in a patent dispute