Chipmaker Broadcom is betting that Qualcomm shareholders are angry enough about the past three rough fiscal years to throw out a majority of the company's 11-member board of directors.
Billionaire Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett does not own a smartphone -- and doesn't plan to for a long time -- but he said that if he had to pull all his money in one stock, he would choose Apple's.
Smartphones galore made their debuts during MWC. But a variety of other cutting-edge mobile tech was also introduced, including a wide array of devices designed for the arrival of 5G connectivity.
Qualcomm said it is ready for further talks with rival Broadcom to see if the two sides can reach a negotiated sale of the cellular technology giant, with price remaining a key sticking point.
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