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In a letter to Western Digital Toshiba's lawyers have threatened litigation against the U.S. company for 'intentional interference' in the sale of its chip unit.
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Amazon and Google likely want a minority stake in Toshiba's flash unit rather than full ownership. Deals like that could be useful as cloud giants keep growing their spending.
Apple could lower its memory costs by acquiring Toshiba's flash business, and Broadcom could add to its mobile and data center footprints. But a deal would also feature some challenges.
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The tech name's price has weakened and could edge lower toward the $70 area.
The second biggest supplier in Flash Memory might be in the hands of another company.
It could weaken WDC's picture and precipitate a pullback.
Strong results and guidance from several prominent tech firms yield valuable insights on how different parts of the sector are faring.
Even up here, these companies, along with Intel and Microsoft, are tempting.
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