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With NXP Deal, Qualcomm Would Add New Businesses, Risks

Qualcomm is the biggest of a large crop of companies that design computer chips but leave production to partners. Now it is considering a deal that would turn it into a manufacturer, a strategy shift that adds to the substantial risks of buying NXP Semiconductors.
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