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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Matt Murphy, president and CEO of Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (MRVL) - Get Report , the semiconductor maker that just announced the acquisition of Cavium (CAVM) for $6 billion. In response, shares of Cavium soared 11%, while Marvell rose 6% yesterday and another 7% today.
Murphy said combining the two best-of-breed companies makes Marvell a leader in silicon, software and solutions from the cloud to the edge and everywhere in between.
When Murphy first took the helm in July of 2016, it was a challenging time for Marvell, he recalled. But since then, the company has healthy financials, a new management team and a new focus around their strengths.
Marvell continues to lead the market in wifi-connected cars and Internet of things devices and is moving to be less dependent on legacy hard drives.
Cramer said he remains a big fan of the new Marvell.
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