Intel to acquire self-driving technology company Mobileye for $15.3bn

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Intel to acquire self-driving technology company Mobileye for £12.5bn
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Intel to acquire self-driving technology company Mobileye for £12.5bn

Intel places big bet on autonomous vehicle technology

Semiconductor giant Intel is to acquire Mobileye in a deal that values the company at an eye-watering $15.3bn. Israel-based Mobileye develops vision-based technology used in self-driving vehicles and Intel...

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