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  • Reuters9 days ago

    Broadcom to buy back up to $12 billion of shares

    The company, which last month ended its efforts to acquire rival Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O), said the repurchase program is effective immediately until the end of Broadcom's fiscal year 2019. Broadcom moved back to the United States from Singapore earlier this month, following U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to block its $117 billion offer to buy Qualcomm on national security concerns.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Broadcom completes move to U.S. from Singapore

    Broadcom, which was a U.S. company until it was bought in 2016 by Singapore's Avago, had announced its plan to redomicile on Nov. 2, days before making its first offer for Qualcomm. The company said it exchanged all shares of Broadcom Ltd to newly issued stock of Broadcom Inc on a one-for-one basis and that its stock would continue to trade under the same ticker.

  • With Qualcomm behind it, Broadcom looks to smaller deals
    Reuterslast month

    With Qualcomm behind it, Broadcom looks to smaller deals

    Most analysts believe that the North American customer is Apple Inc (AAPL.O), which made up a fifth of Broadcom revenue last year, and the Korean customer is Samsung Electronics Co Ltd , which is ramping up production of its recently announced Galaxy S9 smart phone.

  • Reuterslast month

    Timeline - Broadcom-Qualcomm saga comes to an abrupt end

    (Reuters) - Singapore-based Broadcom Ltd withdrew its $117 billion bid to acquire Qualcomm Inc on Wednesday, two days after U.S. President Donald Trump blocked the attempt, citing national security concerns. ...

  • Broadcom ends bid for Qualcomm after President Trump nixes deal
    Reuterslast month

    Broadcom ends bid for Qualcomm after President Trump nixes deal

    The company said it has also withdrawn its slate of independent director nominees for Qualcomm's annual shareholder meeting. Broadcom, however, expects to continue with its plan to redomicile to the United States. "Although we are disappointed with this outcome, Broadcom will comply with the order," the chipmaker said.

  • Reuterslast month

    Broadcom to end bid for Qualcomm, keeps plan to move to U.S. - sources

    Broadcom's board was meeting on Tuesday night to formalize its plans and it could make an announcement as soon as Wednesday, the two sources added. The company will also drop its challenge to Qualcomm's board, the people added. Broadcom will continue with its plan to redomicile to the United States, a move that will cost it about $500 million a year under a higher tax rate, the sources added.

  • Daily Briefing: Broadcom retreats to US after Qualcomm drama; Direct sales could boost commercial property recovery
    Singapore Business Reviewlast month

    Daily Briefing: Broadcom retreats to US after Qualcomm drama; Direct sales could boost commercial property recovery

    The lull is over for Singapore's commercial spaces. "In land-scarce Singapore, strata-titled shops/offices are in limited quantity because most of the commercial spaces are owned by real estate investment trusts (REITs), and many of these REITs are in turn owned by the Government through proxies. As of 4Q2011, the supply of strata-titled offices in Singapore is estimated to be of 11.05 million sq ft, making up 14.2% of the total office stock (Bright Spot in Singapore Property Market: Strata-titled Office, Colliers International,pg 2).

  • Reuterslast month

    Bank fee potential slashed as Trump ends Broadcom's Qualcomm takeover

    A dozen banks that signed on to provide a record US$100bn (£71.6 billion) bridge loan to back Broadcom Ltd's planned US$117bn takeover of Qualcomm Inc will earn starkly less than planned for extending credit to the chipmaker after US President Donald Trump on Monday blocked the deal over national security concerns. Broadcom in February detailed the jumbo loan, the biggest committed credit package since global brewer AB InBev's US$75bn loan in 2015 that backed its purchase of rival SABMiller, for what would be the technology sector's largest deal ever. "Broadcom’s 12 bridge lenders now stand to split a total pool of just US$20m to US$40m in fees," said Jeff Nassof, a director at Freeman Consulting Services.

  • Reuterslast month

    Broadcom to stay on deal path after Qualcomm halt - analysts

    Trump signed an order late on Monday to halt what would have been the biggest-ever technology deal on concerns that a takeover of Qualcomm by the Singapore-based company would erode the United States' lead in mobile technology and give China the upper hand. The deal would have created the world's No. 3 semiconductor company with a leading market share in smartphones, car electronics and industrial internet devices.

  • Trump to Singapore's Broadcom: "You're a national security risk"
    Singapore Business Reviewlast month

    Trump to Singapore's Broadcom: "You're a national security risk"

    Singapore's companies out on notice that they could pose a national security risk to America. US President Donald Trump blocked Singaporean microchip maker Broadcom Ltd’s proposed takeover of Qualcomm Inc, and said in a presidential order that there is “credible evidence” the deal threatens national security. According to the order, all 15 individuals listed as potential candidates on the Form of Blue Proxy Card filed by Broadcom and Broadcom Corporation with the Securities and Exchange Commission on 20 February 2018 are disqualified from standing for election as directors of Qualcomm.

  • Reuterslast month

    President Trump halts Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm

    The presidential order reflected a calculation that the United States' lead in creating technology and setting standards for the next generation of mobile cell phone communications would be lost to China if Singapore-based Broadcom took over San Diego-based Qualcomm, according to a White House official. Qualcomm has emerged as one of the biggest competitors to China's Huawei Technologies Co in the sector, making Qualcomm a prized asset.

  • Reuterslast month

    President Trump halts Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm

    The presidential order reflected a calculation that the United States' lead in creating technology and setting standards for the next generation of mobile cell phone communications would be lost to China if Singapore-based Broadcom took over San Diego-based Qualcomm, according to a White House official. Qualcomm has emerged as one of the biggest competitors to China's Huawei Technologies Co in the sector, making Qualcomm a prized asset.

  • President Trump stops Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm
    Reuterslast month

    President Trump stops Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm

    (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump issued an order on Monday prohibiting Broadcom Ltd's (AVGO.O) proposed takeover of Qualcomm Inc(QCOM.O) on grounds of national security. Qualcomm had rebuffed Broadcom's ...

  • Singapore-based Broadcom to redomicile to U.S. by April 3
    Reuterslast month

    Singapore-based Broadcom to redomicile to U.S. by April 3

    Broadcom's $117 billion offer to buy California-based Qualcomm is being reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) for potential national security threats. Broadcom said such security concerns were not a risk to the closure of the proposed buyout as it never planned to finish the deal before completing moving its official base to the United States.

  • Reuterslast month

    Intel downplays report of interest in Broadcom

    The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Intel's competitive concern about Broadcom's attempt to buy mobile chip rival Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) had led it to consider a range of acquisitions in response, including a bid for Broadcom. In response to an inquiry about the Journal's report, Intel said it does not comment on "rumours or speculation" related to mergers and acquisitions but that it is focussed on its previous acquisitions.

  • Reuterslast month

    U.S. has ordered Broadcom to give notice of steps to redomicile

    The previously undisclosed requirement shows that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which reviews foreign acquisitions of U.S. companies for potential national security risks, is aware that its jurisdiction could be contested if Broadcom redomiciles to the United States. The panel on Sunday ordered San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) to postpone its shareholder meeting by 30 days so it could investigate Broadcom's $117 billion hostile bid for Qualcomm.

  • Broadcom promises on security, Qualcomm revamps board
    Reuterslast month

    Broadcom promises on security, Qualcomm revamps board

    Separately, Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) said it discontinued the role of executive chairman and named a new non-executive chairman as it seeks to curry favour with shareholders ahead of a proxy fight with Broadcom now slated for April 5. Qualcomm also said Tom Horton would continue as its lead director. Horton has been a member of the company's board since December 2008, having previously served as chairman and chief executive officer of American Airlines Group Inc (AAL.O).

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: U.S. has ordered Broadcom to give notice of steps to redomicile - sources

    The previously undisclosed requirement shows that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which reviews foreign acquisitions of U.S. companies for potential national security risks, is aware that its jurisdiction could be contested if Broadcom redomiciles to the United States. The panel on Sunday ordered San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) to postpone its shareholder meeting by 30 days so it could investigate Broadcom's $117 billion hostile bid for Qualcomm.

  • Reuterslast month

    Broadcom bid for Qualcomm: The saga so far

    The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), a national security panel that can stop mergers that could harm U.S. security, in an unusual move, stepped into Singapore-based Broadcom's hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm this week, citing a number of concerns on the development of the next generation of mobile networks and technology. CFIUS delayed a shareholder meeting that had threatened to hand Broadcom control of the Qualcomm board and, among other things, said lower R&D spending would weaken U.S.-based Qualcomm against Chinese companies. CFIUS identified potential risks that warrant a full investigation of Broadcom's $117 billion bid for Qualcomm, a senior U.S. Treasury official said in a letter to the companies.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Broadcom to stick with U.S. 5G investment after Qualcomm deal

    A U.S. government panel, in an unusual move, stepped into Singapore-based Broadcom's hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm this week, citing a number of concerns around the development of the next generation of mobile networks and technology. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) delayed a shareholder meeting that had threatened to hand Broadcom control of the Qualcomm board and, among other things, said lower R&D spending would weaken U.S.-based Qualcomm against Chinese companies. It said that Broadcom's recent statements and its history in other buyouts suggested the heavily-leveraged $117 billion bid for Qualcomm would lead to such a reduction in investment in favour of short-term profits.

  • U.S. sees national security risk from Broadcom's Qualcomm deal
    Reuters2 months ago

    U.S. sees national security risk from Broadcom's Qualcomm deal

    Shares of Qualcomm slid 3 percent on growing investor concern that such government scrutiny, unusual for a deal that has not yet been agreed, would scupper any takeover by Broadcom. Some of the U.S. government's concerns relate to risks associated with Broadcom's relationships with foreign entities, Aimen Mir, the Treasury's deputy assistant secretary for investment security, said in the letter, without identifying who those parties might be.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    U.S. security panel deals major blow to Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm

    The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which reviews deals for potential national security concerns, rarely reviews mergers before companies have clinched an agreement. CFIUS asked Qualcomm to postpone its shareholder meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, by 30 days. Reuters reported last week that CFIUS had begun looking at Broadcom's bid as pressure grew from politicians, including senior Republican Senator John Cornyn.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Broadcom return to the U.S. could be complete in mid-May: sources

    Singapore-based chipmaker Broadcom Ltd (AVGO.O), which is seeking to buy rival Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O), plans to complete its move back to the United States by mid-May, according to sources familiar with the matter. Wrapping up the move from Singapore and redomiciling in the United States relatively quickly could remove a roadblock to the proposed deal by calming concerns at the inter-agency Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which has the power to stop deals that could harm national security. Broadcom said in November that it would return to the United States but did not say when the move would happen.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: Secretive U.S. security panel discussing Broadcom's Qualcomm bid - sources

    A national security panel that can stop mergers that could harm U.S. security has begun looking at Singapore-based chipmaker Broadcom Ltd's (AVGO.O) plan to take over rival Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O), according to three sources familiar with the matter. CFIUS, an opaque inter-agency panel, has been in touch with at least one of the companies in the proposed merger, one source said, and met last month to discuss the potential merger of the two big semiconductor companies, according to two sources familiar with the matter. Senator John Cornyn, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, urged Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday to have the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or CFIUS, officially review the proposed transaction before a key shareholder vote expected on March 6, according to a letter seen by Reuters.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Broadcom bid for Qualcomm: The saga so far

    (Reuters) - Chipmakers Broadcom Ltd and Qualcomm Inc continued their war of words on Monday, as Singapore-based Broadcom called its U.S. semiconductor peer's proposal to negotiate a higher offer price ...