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Qualcomm: Broadcom Chief Tan Talks Up His ‘Compelling Offer’ on CNBC

Broadcom chief executive Hock Tan took to CNBC's "Squawk Box" segment, telling hosts David Faber and Jim Cramer that his offer to buy Qualcomm for $82 in cash and stock is "compelling" and that his trips to visit Qualcomm shareholders have elicited a lot of support. The two parties are set to meet this Wednesday.
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