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The Trump Administration's plans for tariffs on Chinese tech products could invite retaliation and spell higher costs for U.S. tech firms. But many also haven't been entirely happy with the status quo, either.
Former Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs is considering a leveraged buyout, which would be incredibly expensive and face tough regulatory scrutiny.
Companies integrate NXP's MIFARE 2GO with Google Pay to provide seamless mobile travel experiences
Now that the White House has shot down Broadcom's hostile bid for Qualcomm, Broadcom and Intel might both eye new targets. Albeit for pretty different reasons.
Qualcomm's focus will now have to shift to resolving its bitter dispute with Apple, analysts say. Trump's decision may give Qualcomm some leverage there.
The theft of intellectual property can be confronted by a Section 301 challenge directly from the trade representative.
U.S. stock futures point to extended gains for Wall Street; DowDuPont's executive chairman, Andrew Liveris, reportedly to step down; Intel downplays a report it's considering a bid for Broadcom.
Self-driving cars are coming, and here's how to position your portfolio.
Intel is reportedly open to bidding for Broadcom should it look like Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm will succeed. But any such effort would face big hurdles.
Regulators and smartphone makers have plenty of understandable concerns about Broadcom's plans to acquire Qualcomm. But Broadcom might be able to address a lot of them.
The founding family would be wise to take the company private now at the lowest price they can.
The showdown between Qualcomm and Broadcom is rescheduled for April 5.
Broadcom reportedly on pace to win six seats on Qualcomm board.
Suppliers of analog chips and microcontrollers have been popular targets during the chip industry's M&A wave. Look for that to continue in the coming quarters.
Believe it or not, China really has been dumping steel and aluminum in the U.S.
Jim Cramer spotlights TG Therapeutics, Texas Instruments, ConocoPhillips, SemGroup, and Energous.
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner discuss why the February selloff was probably a good thing.
Jim Cramer says that sometimes, you just have to sit back and wait for more compelling buying opportunities.
As Broadcom pushes ahead with its attempt to take control of Qualcomm's board at its annual meeting, Qualcomm has strong incentives to negotiate.
Broadcom accuses Qualcomm of 'engagement theatrics.' While the suitor's board may in fact be posturing to investors, Qualcomm's latest statement reflects a substantial change in its position.
Micron stock's recent range makes it interesting...let's take a look.
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