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Qualcomm rejects Broadcom’s revised takeover bid

Broadcom will have to try again in its bid to take over Qualcomm. The Snapdragon chip-maker has rejected a revised proposal to buy all of its outstanding shares, stating that it "materially undervalues Qualcomm and falls well short of the firm regula…
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Broadcom steps up pressure in fight to takeover Qualcomm

In mid-November, chipmaker Qualcomm announced they were rejecting a $ 130 Billion takeover bid from Broadcom. At the time, Broadcom indicated they were not planning to just walk away from the takeover attempt leading many to expect some aggressive moves may surface. We now see the fruits of that as Broadcom is moving to appeal directly […]

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Qualcomm plans to reject Broadcom’s takeover bid

Broadcom might have to forget about taking over Qualcomm without a fight — Reuters sources claim that Qualcomm's board is planning to reject the unsolicited buyout bid. Reportedly, Broadcom's offer of $ 70 per share, despite setting a record, "unde…
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SoundCloud takeover by Spotify is dead in the water

Spotify was fairly recently aiming to purchase SoundCloud, but it looks like those talks have fallen through and Spotify has backed out of the deal. There aren’t any concrete details about what derailed the plans, but it might have something to do with Spotify’s plans to go public next year. That’s also mostly speculation at […]

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Vine gets a lifeline with report of takeover offers from multiple companies

Vine is up for grabs according to a new report that claims its parent company Twitter is considering multiple bids for the platform. A takeover could save the video-looping service from the scrap heap, but at what cost?

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