Secret US security panel investigates concerns over Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm

Nicholas Fearn
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US government fears deal between Broadcom and Qualcomm could threaten national security

A secret US security panel is investigating Broadcom's plans to acquire rival chip maker Broadcom, according to Reuters. Its sources claim that US officials are examining the the proposed bid fo...

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