Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 7 Nov 2017.
Heard the same 'opportunities for growth and development as part of a larger company' when he took over Broadcom, just lead to a lot of jobs losses throughout US and Europe he is a shrewd operator, they'll have an amazing first year though package wise with the stock transfer
Where the jeffin hair-gel does a company with half the revenue of it's target summon £100 billion from?!
They get it from a bunch of fisters.. no, that's not it... anchors no, sounds like anchors... and venture capitalists, who are also mostly anchors.
btw, I thought they'd already rejected the offer, and Broadband were re-positioning for a hostile attempt.
"Qualcomm staying mumm."?
I suspect as customer: More competition is good, so this would be bad.
Leveraged buy-out with PE backing m8.
"Mum," one "m" (I just went to check I hadn't typoed!): from the Middle English "mum", meaning "silent," itself possibly derived from "mummer", an early form of mime actor. "Mum's the word" means to say nothing; "staying mum" or "keeping mum" means to remain silent.
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Absolutely true... Unless you are trying to make a lame pun on Qualcomm having two ms
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