Though Qualcomm cited progress on regulatory concessions, the company says Broadcom's bid still poses "unacceptably high" risk in Washington.
The chipmaker behind a $146.4 billion hostile bid for Qualcomm cut back on the number of directors it is seeking to elect in a proxy war set for March 6.
U.S. stock futures point to sharp gains for Wall Street on Monday, as global shares rebound from their worst week in two years.
Dell's blockbuster $67 billion purchase of EMC ballooned the company's balance sheet. The company has sold off businesses to reduce its debt. Selling some shares to the public could be the next step.
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