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Smartphones are now a low-growth market. That's making big mobile chip suppliers willing to use M&A to expand their product lines.
Broadcom continues to broaden its business with the purchase of Brocade, according to Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer believes Qualcomm's merger with NXP will benefit shareholders, and the stock will continue to advance.
Both private equity firms and tech companies have shown a willingness to make 10-figure enterprise acquisitions. The fervor appears far from over.
The market still looks at them as if they were old-fashioned semiconductor makers.
The rancor and the nature of the debate are putting a lid on stocks.
As Barefoot Network's transformative switch chip looks to disrupt the market, its competitors are years behind.
Shares of Broadcom were higher after being initiated with an OUTPERFORM rating at Bernstein.
These names have solid charts, in spite of broader market trends.
Investors eye the August jobs report, while lululemon shares drop after missing revenue forecasts.
On Thursday, Sept. 1, investors await earnings from Lululemon Athletica and weekly jobless claims.
It is the fastest and cheapest way to grow earnings, and Citi analysts clearly agree.
Earnings season is winding down, but a few major companies are set to release their latest results this week.
Admittedly, the symptom, or concern, here is mild, but present.
The newly seated chairman has a record of helping arrange takeover deals.
The California startup could upset Broadcom’s ethernet game with chips that are twice as fast and fully user-programmable.
Mobile transactions are this trend's next frontier.
It's a pretty broad spectrum, but they've definitely arrived.
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
Tech's been threatening to break out despite the overall downbeat nature of some big-name stocks.
Multiple analysts raised the chip maker's price target after a strong earnings report.
U.S. stocks sunk on Friday, following a much weaker-than-expected May jobs report.