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Largest Ever Tech Deal Just Got Bigger: Broadcom Raises Qualcomm Bid To $82

In what it claims to be its "final offer", Broadcom on Monday confirmed that it had raised its price for fellow chip maker Qualcomm by about 17% to $82 a share, up from $70 previously - swelling the size of what would be the largest tech deal in history to about $121 billion. According to the Wall Street Journal, which reported early today that Broadcom planned to raise its bid, investors and Wall Street analysts had expected Broadcom to submit a higher bid.
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