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Qualcomm board unanimously rejects Broadcom's $121B takeover bid

Qualcomm on Thursday said its board of directors has unanimously rejected a revised $121 billion buyout offer from Broadcom, saying the proposal "materially undervalues" the chipmaker's assets.
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