|Bid||53.85 x 100|
|Ask||53.92 x 100|
|Day's Range||53.65 - 56.14|
|52 Week Range||48.92 - 69.28|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.28 (3.76%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Six of Qualcomm’s directors, including Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf, failed to win support from a majority of the company’s shares.
Bernstein analyst Stacy Rasgon, who describes himself as “disappointed” that Broadcom (AVGO) was banned two weeks ago by the U.S. government from buying Qualcomm (QCOM), today explores in some detail why he believes they should have won that fight. Rasgon’s note came on the day Qualcomm shareholders gathered for the annual meeting. The whole ordeal was a “soap opera,” Rasgon says, whose unfolding was enough to “boggle the mind over the last few months." Broadcom shares will be just fine, he predicts, and will be “easier to own” with the deal overhang removed.
Qualcomm Inc re-elected its board of directors on Friday with weak support from shareholders, who grilled the U.S. chipmaker over its strategy following its successful defence against a $117-billion (£82.7-billion) hostile bid from Broadcom Ltd. Qualcomm has been under pressure to defend its decision to take Broadcom's bid to a U.S. national security panel for review. This resulted in U.S. President Donald Trump blocking the deal earlier this month over concerns the acquisition would set the United States back in its race against China to develop 5G wireless technology.
Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) re-elected its board of directors on Friday with weak support from shareholders, who grilled the U.S. chipmaker over its strategy following its successful defense against a $117-billion hostile bid from Broadcom Ltd (AVGO.O). Qualcomm has been under pressure to defend its decision to take Broadcom's bid to a U.S. national security panel for review. This resulted in U.S. President Donald Trump blocking the deal earlier this month over concerns the acquisition would set the United States back in its race against China to develop 5G wireless technology.
Qualcomm Inc. said Friday that all 10 of its board nominees have been re-elected, the chipmaker said in a report of preliminary results. The election results follow last week's ouster of Paul Jacobs from ...
Qualcomm Inc.’s investors re-elected the chipmaker’s board at a shareholders meeting that would have been dramatically different had the largest proposed acquisition in technology industry history not ...
The adverse verdict in the Nokia payment dispute case and high operating expenses might hurt BlackBerry's (BB) bottom line in Q4. However, robust software sales are likely to aid results.
Apple (AAPL) and Qualcomm (QCOM) have been in disputes over patents and royalties for more than a year, and the companies have continued to maintain their hardline positions. Apple is demanding $1 billion from Qualcomm, claiming that Qualcomm charged it for technologies it had nothing to do with. Apple also alleges that Qualcomm is charging it excessive royalty fees.
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Chip maker Qualcomm Inc. said Friday it has extended its cash tender offer for NXP Semiconductors N.V. to 5.00 p.m. Eastern Time on April 2. The company is offering to buy NXP in a deal valued at about ...
Its hostile bid for US chipmaker Qualcomm may have been quashed by the president, but Broadcom is still coming home. The Singapore-based group said on Friday that its shareholders had overwhelmingly approved ...
The Trump Administration's plans for tariffs on Chinese tech products could invite retaliation and spell higher costs for U.S. tech firms. But many also haven't been entirely happy with the status quo, ...
China accused the United States of "repeatedly abusing" trade practices, as Beijing braced on Thursday for an imminent announcement from U.S. President Donald Trump slapping more tariffs on Chinese imports. The U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports worth as much as up to $60 billion are set to be unveiled later on Thursday, raising fears that the world's two largest economies could be sliding towards a trade war.
At a recent event organized by Telia in Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson (ERIC) teamed up with Intel (INTC) and Telia to demonstrate a unique augmented reality (or AR) case over a live 5G (fifth-generation) network. The demo offered a sneak peek into the future, showing how 5G networks can open up a new world of possibilities, such as the delivery of augmented instructions and X-ray vision of objects in real time.
Ousted as chairman of Qualcomm , then pushed off the board and finally mocked for his aspirations to acquire the semiconductor company — it has been a tough few days for Paul Jacobs, a son of the company’s ...
What do you do with Qualcomm (QCOM) after Broadcom’s (AVGO) hostile bid was shot down last week by the U.S. government? It’s still one to buy, according to a note today from Amit Daryanani with RBC Capital Markets, reiterating his Outperform rating on the name, and his $80 price target.
A secretive panel called CFIUS is paving the way for President Trump to block more foreign business deals due to national security concerns. WSJ's Shelby Holliday explains why you'll hear more about CFIUS ...
Chinese companies are lobbying regulators to block the deal, arguing the merger of Qualcomm and NXP will hurt them.
The dividend payment provides a steady source of income every quarter which, investors hope, should increase over time.
The idea of Apple (AAPL) leaving Qualcomm (QCOM) for Intel (INTC) for wireless chips for future iPhones is believed to be tied to Apple’s legal dispute with Qualcomm over patents and royalties. Apple and Qualcomm have sued and countersued each other in several countries, with Qualcomm last year seeking to ban iPhone sales in China, one of Apple’s biggest international markets.
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