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Lam Research, KLA-Tenor Call Off Merger on Antitrust Concerns

Semiconductor-equipment makers Lam Research Corp. and KLA-Tencor Corp. ended their plans to merge--nearly a year after announcing their $10.6 billion agreement--because of resistance from antitrust regulators.
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