When Michael Dell took Dell private in 2013, he had a clearly stated mission and a large stake in the company.The same can’t be said so far of Paul Jacobs in his bid for Qualcomm.
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The Justice Department’s case to block AT&T’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner is set for trial next week, in one of the most anticipated antitrust battles in years.
The toy retailer is another failure of financial engineering, one that could portend a potentially more ominous outlook for private equity in the digital era.
Resolving its fee dispute with Apple could raise Qualcomm’s share price above what it would have been under a Broadcom takeover, a major shareholder reasons.
The Senate this week passed a bipartisan bill to roll back parts of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulation law. House Republicans aren’t satisfied.
The 89-year-old, who got his start selling plastic flowers, built his conglomerate just as Hong Kong was becoming a center of capitalism and the entry point into China.
The consumer products giant has had a base in both London and Rotterdam for decades, but it is moving to simplify its corporate structure.
Paul Jacobs, whose father helped found Qualcomm, will not be renominated to the board after he began considering taking the chip maker private.
The real key to increasing Qualcomm’s value is mending its rift with Apple, not coming up with a buyout.
The move by countries in Europe, as well as Australia and Canada, comes against the backdrop of rising support for protectionist practices in the White House.
Shares of the streaming music service will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange on April 3.
Ye Jianming cast himself as a new kind of private entrepreneur in China, but his company now faces legal challenges at home and in the United States.
Disney unveiled a sweeping reorganization that prepares the company to integrate 21st Century Fox. Two Disney executives received major promotions.
The toy retailer, which filed for bankruptcy in the United States last year, had set a Wednesday deadline for lining up a bidder for what remains of its British arm.
The retail giant is accelerating its efforts in the online-grocery sector as rivals, led by Amazon, wage their own aggressive campaigns for control of America’s kitchen cupboards.
The latest financing round comes as the company has hit profitability and raises questions about an eventual initial public offering.
A look at some of the things the S.E.C. says Theranos, a private company, did to pull the wool over investors’ eyes.
The Singapore-based chip maker had sought to complete the biggest technology deal in history, but the White House blocked it, citing threats to U.S. national security.
The move ends an 11-year tie-up once seen as an example of Beijing investment in the United States — an increasingly untenable prospect as relations worsen.
As a massive manufacturing exporter, the aerospace giant is particularly vulnerable to retaliation from China, a major customer.
The United States government essentially declared Qualcomm a national champion, but a rise in anti-foreign sentiment may hurt the chip maker, too.
While rival Broadcom no longer appears to be a threat, the American chip maker faces other troubles, including lawsuits and dissatisfied shareholders.
Rather than let market forces decide what should happen in the chip industry, the Trump administration intervened in Broadcom-Qualcomm.
New Zealand has opened its skies to self-piloted electric planes financed by one of Google’s founders.
President Trump issued an order prohibiting Broadcom, a Singapore-based chip maker, from purchasing Qualcomm, citing a threat to the national security of the United States.
Cfius, a government panel reviewing Broadcom’s $117 hostile takeover bid for chip maker Qualcomm, said it may refer the deal to President Trump for rejection.
President Trump on Monday blocked Broadcom’s bid for the chip maker Qualcomm, citing national security concerns.
Mr. Liveris had served as the chief executive of Dow Chemical since 2004 and led a deal to combine it with its rival DuPont.
Whether investors think the technology darling is more valuable as a publicly traded company or as a privately held start-up is debatable.
As the Saudi crown prince comes to the U.S. to court investment, new details cast doubts on his claims of a transparent, legal anti-corruption effort.
The offering of the state-owned oil company is a centerpiece of an ambitious economic overhaul of Saudi Arabia led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.