Qualcomm plans to snub Broadcom's 103 billion offer

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Qualcomm plans to snub Broadcom's 103 billion offer
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According to news sources and insiders, Qualcomm might be planning to reject the initial offer of $103 billion, that was made by Broadcom. According to sources, Qualcomm's Chief Executive Steven Mollenkopf has been in talks with shareholders to discuss the offer and the general feeling is that the offer can be upped. If the deal goes ahead, and it still could, it will be the biggest technology takeover ever. The biggest deal in recent times was by Dell - they acquired EMC for $67 billion in 2015.

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