The Global Chip Shortage: Worst-Hit Industries
Chip suppliers, which trimmed down chip production for autos and in turn stepped up supplies to consumer electronics, are now pressured from all quarters.
CFOs On the Move: Week Ending August 30
Norfolk Southern, Qualcomm, The MacArthur Foundation, Bsquare, 2U, Independent Bank, Sheppard Pratt Health System, Adtalem Global Education
EU Fines Qualcomm for ‘Predatory Pricing’
Regulators said the chipmaker sold products below cost to hurt a rival.
Judge Rules Qualcomm Broke Antitrust Laws
The company improperly used its leverage to boost fees to phone makers.
Qualcomm CFO Davis Moves to Rival Intel
After six years at Qualcomm, George Davis joins Intel at a time when "Wall Street is hoping for greater financial discipline at the chip giant."
Broadcom Stock Dives on Software Deal Doubts
Investors question the logic behind the chipmaker's $18.9 billion acquistion of enteprise software firm CA Technologies.
U.S. Parts Ban Forces Halt to ZTE Operations
The Chinese smartphone maker, which is heavily reliant on Qualcomm processors, is seeking a reversal of the Commerce Department's ban.
U.S. Reviews Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm
Qualcomm delays its annual meeting in response to an order from a national security panel that has recently blocked other takeovers by foreign companies.
How High Will Broadcom Go?
Paying $90 a share for Qualcomm would represent a large leap from Broadcom's initial bid last November.
Qualcomm Agrees to Talk With Broadcom
The companies will meet on Wednesday even though Qualcomm has rejected its rival's improved $121 billion takeover offer as inadequate.
Broadcom Offers $130B for Rival Qualcomm
The takeover proposal, the largest in tech history, would create the world's No. 3 chipmaker but Qualcomm appears set to reject it as inadequate.