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  • Broadcom gets EU antitrust nod for CA Technologies deal
    Reuters5 days ago

    Broadcom gets EU antitrust nod for CA Technologies deal

    (Reuters) - Chipmaker Broadcom Inc said on Friday it has obtained antitrust clearance from the European Union for its $19-billion deal to acquire software company CA Technologies Inc. Broadcom had on Wednesday ...

  • Pentagon says memo asking for Broadcom-CA deal review is likely fake
    Reuters7 days ago

    Pentagon says memo asking for Broadcom-CA deal review is likely fake

    The Pentagon is looking into who wrote the fake memo, according to a spokeswoman. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is the government panel that reviews deals for potential national security risks.

  • Broadcom sees fourth quarter boost from data center demand, iPhone launch
    Reuterslast month

    Broadcom sees fourth quarter boost from data center demand, iPhone launch

    (Reuters) - Broadcom Inc (AVGO.O) on Thursday forecast current-quarter revenue largely above estimates on higher demand for components that power data centers, while the launch of Apple Inc's new iPhones ...

  • Broadcom sees fourth-quarter boost from data center demand, iPhone launch
    Reuterslast month

    Broadcom sees fourth-quarter boost from data center demand, iPhone launch

    (Reuters) - Broadcom Inc (AVGO.O) on Thursday forecast current-quarter revenue largely above estimates on higher demand for components that power data centers, while the launch of Apple Inc's new iPhones ...

  • Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA
    Reuters3 months ago

    Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA

    Broadcom, which has mushroomed in value by buying out rivals in the past decade's surge in mobile phone production, agreed on Wednesday to buy mainframe software company CA for $44.50 per share in cash, months after President Donald Trump blocked its $117 billion mega-merger with Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O). While some analysts said the shift in sectoral focus might prove another masterstroke by Broadcom Chief Executive Officer Hock Tan, many raised concerns about a deal that lowers Broadcom's top line growth to 3 percent from 5 percent.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Broadcom's ambitious deal history under CEO Hock Tan

    The deal, which took Wall Street analysts by surprise, came after U.S. President Donald Trump stopped the company from trying to buy Qualcomm earlier this year. Chief Executive Officer Hock Tan has made Broadcom a juggernaut in the chip space, pushing its market share this year in the sector to 30 percent from just 4 percent in 2013. As CEO of Avago, Tan pulled off the acquisition of Broadcom in a $37 billion deal more than two years earlier, bringing the two companies under one umbrella name of Broadcom.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Broadcom's bond spreads blow out after surprise CA bid

    Broadcom bondholders were left rattled Thursday after the chipmaker announced a surprise US$18.9bn (£14.3 billion) bid to buy U.S. business software company CA. Broadcom, rated BBB-/BBB, is set to finance the acquisition with US$18bn of unsecured term loans. Broadcom, which announced the plan to acquire CA on Wednesday, said it expected the combined company to have an investment grade rating, and promised "rapid deleveraging", but bondholders weren't so sure.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Broadcom's ambitious deal history under CEO Hock Tan

    The deal, which took Wall Street analysts by surprise, came after U.S. President Donald Trump stopped the company from trying to buy Qualcomm earlier this year. Chief Executive Officer Hock Tan has made Broadcom a juggernaut in the chip space, pushing its market share this year in the sector to 30 percent from just 4 percent in 2013. As CEO of Avago, Tan pulled off the acquisition of Broadcom in a $37 billion deal more than two years earlier, bringing the two companies under one umbrella name of Broadcom.

  • Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA
    Reuters3 months ago

    Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA

    Citing an acquisition with no potential synergies, investors drove the company's shares down 19 percent to $197.50 - their worst day ever. Broadcom, which has mushroomed in value by buying out rivals in the past decade's surge in mobile phone production, agreed on Wednesday to buy mainframe software company CA for $44.50 per share in cash, months after President Donald Trump blocked its $117 billion mega-merger with Qualcomm Inc.

  • Microchip giant Broadcom buys US IT group despite recent 'national security' block
    The Telegraph3 months ago

    Microchip giant Broadcom buys US IT group despite recent 'national security' block

    Microchip giant Broadcom buys US IT group despite recent 'national security' block

  • Chipmaker Broadcom inks $19 billion deal to buy software company CA
    Reuters3 months ago

    Chipmaker Broadcom inks $19 billion deal to buy software company CA

    The CA deal, outlined in a joint statement from the companies, comes just four months after U.S. President Donald Trump blocked Broadcom's $117 billion hostile bid for semiconductor peer Qualcomm Inc, arguing it posed a threat to U.S. national security and gave an edge to Chinese companies looking to build next-generation wireless networks. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the purview of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), the government panel that reviews deals for potential national security risks. Dealmaking has been key to Broadcom's expansion, as it grew from a 4 percent share of the chip market in 2013 to a 30 percent share this year, thanks to acquisitions spearheaded by Tan with backing from private equity firm Silver Lake.

  • Chipmaker Broadcom plans $19 billion deal to buy software company CA
    Reuters3 months ago

    Chipmaker Broadcom plans $19 billion deal to buy software company CA

    The deal announced on Wednesday would come just four months after U.S. President Donald Trump blocked Broadcom's $117 billion hostile bid for semiconductor peer Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) because it posed a threat to U.S. national security and gave an edge to Chinese companies looking to build next-generation wireless networks. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the purview of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), the government panel that reviews deals for potential national security risks. Broadcom has toyed with buying non-semiconductor companies before, as with its $5.5 billion acquisition of wireless networking gear company Brocade Communications Systems.

  • Broadcom lays off 1,100 employees after Brocade merger
    Reuters4 months ago

    Broadcom lays off 1,100 employees after Brocade merger

    (Reuters) - Broadcom Inc (AVGO.O) said it had laid off about 1,100 employees across its businesses to cut costs after its merger with Brocade Communications Systems. The chipmaker completed its $5.5 billion ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Broadcom profit beats; expects wireless to remain weak

    The company said it expects wireless revenue to be flat or slightly down in the third quarter, from the second quarter, as growth in demand from a large North American smartphone customer will be offset by a decline in shipments to a Korean customer. Most analysts believe that the North American customer is Apple Inc (AAPL.O), which accounted for a fifth of Broadcom's revenue last year, and the Korean customer is Samsung Electronics Co Ltd .

  • Broadcom says weak wireless chip demand to hurt revenue forecast
    Reuters6 months ago

    Broadcom says weak wireless chip demand to hurt revenue forecast

    (Reuters) - Chipmaker Broadcom, which counts Apple Inc among its customers, on Monday cut the top end of its previously issued second-quarter revenue forecast, citing weak demand for its wireless chips. ...

  • Reuters6 months 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.

  • Reuters6 months 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
    Reuters7 months ago

    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.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    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
    Reuters7 months ago

    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.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    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 Review7 months ago

    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).

  • Reuters7 months ago

    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.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    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 Review7 months ago

    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.