The Qualcomm-Broadcom Soap Opera

on March 2, 2018
Reading Time: 4 minutes

The back and forth between Qualcomm and Broadcom can only be described as a soap opera. Both companies are using PR to go back and forth and talk to each other through public channels. This is largely for the shareholders, and the media to a degree, in order to help shape public sentiment as well as be on the record. I think it would be helpful to briefly look at a few key pieces of the timeline in this saga.

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