Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Bid, Setting Up 105 Billion Proxy Fight

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Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Bid, Setting Up 105 Billion Proxy Fight
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Buying Qualcomm would reshape the chipmaking industry, transforming Broadcom into the third-largest semiconductor maker, behind Intel Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. The combined business would instantly become the default provider of a set of components needed to build each of the more than a billion smartphones sold every year. The deal would dwarf Dell Inc.'s $67 billion acquisition of EMC in 2015 -- then the biggest in the technology industry.

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