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Broadcom increases Qualcomm bid to $121 billion in effort to force negotiations

Seeking to break down a months-long stalemate, Broadcomm announced today that it has significantly increased its offer acquire Qualcomm to $121 billion. Under terms of the new offer, Broadcomm would offer $82 per share. Qualcomm’s stock closed Friday at $66.07 per share, but it has jumped from as low as $51.01 where it sat just […]
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