Broadcom proposes 11 new directors for Qualcomm’s board, initiating what looks like a hostile takeover

Qualcomm has maintained its independence, as well as its rejection of Broadcom’s initial bid

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  • EBIGN

    Big evil Qualcomm is fighting from every corner.

    • John Lofwire

      Broadcom is bigger and more evil btw..

    • EBIGN

      Except they don’t sell you a product and charge you royalty at the same time as what Qualcomm is doing. They deserved it.

    • John Lofwire

      But they are EVERYWHERE in all electronics.
      They also have similar royalty fee for some of the product they sell.

  • Smanny

    In the long run, Tan and Broadcom do not have the best interests in mind of the share holders of Qualcomm. If Tan and Broadcom were more forthcoming, and had the shareholders best interest at hand, then there would be no need for a hostile takeover. So clearly Tan and Broadcom do not have the shareholders best interests at hand. Tan and Broadcom only have their best interests at hand.