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April 5, 2014
13:24 EDTQCOM, BRCMQualcomm looks like a deal, Barron's says
Qualcomm (QCOM) looks like a deal, trading at 15 times forward earnings, Barron's contends in its Technology Trader column. Investors should beware of Broadcom (BRCM), as the company's bid to challenge Qualcomm hasn't paid off, the paper adds. Reference Link
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September 29, 2014
13:21 EDTQCOMIntel shares advance after analyst ups target to $43
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September 26, 2014
08:44 EDTQCOMQualcomm could have negative read through from Intel move, says Northland
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September 23, 2014
11:33 EDTQCOM, BRCMAnalysis shows Apple spends $200-$247 to build iPhone 6s, Re/code says
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08:11 EDTQCOMRuckus Wireless hires Qualcomm's Rabinovitsj as COO
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September 19, 2014
09:19 EDTQCOMOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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08:11 EDTQCOM, BRCMTriQuint chip among those in iPhone 6 Plus, iFixit reports
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08:03 EDTBRCM, QCOMInvenSense, NXP, RF Micro chips included in iPhone 6, iFixit reports
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September 18, 2014
15:22 EDTBRCMBroadcom appears to be WiFi chip provider for Apple Watch, Chipworks says
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07:26 EDTQCOMGartner: Smartwatch market ready to expand, poised for takeoff, DigiTimes says
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September 17, 2014
06:19 EDTQCOMGoogle picks former Qualcomm exec to head Google Fiber, WSJ reports
Google (GOOG) has hired Dennis Kish, a former Qualcomm (QCOM) executive, to head Google Fiber, replacing Milo Medin, the Wall Street Journal reports. A Google spokeswoman confirms that Medin remains a VP for access services and adviser to the Google Fiber team. Reference Link
September 16, 2014
07:19 EDTQCOMCompanies' share buybacks at fasttest clip since 2007, WSJ reports
Companies are buying back their own shares at its fastest pace since the financial crisis to fuel a stock rally, reports the Wall Street Journal. According to Birinyi Associates, companies have bought back $338.3B of stock in 1H14, the most since 2007. Citing an analysis by Barclays, companies with the largest buyback programs by dollar value have outperformed the broader market by 20% since 2008. Reference Link
06:41 EDTQCOMQualcomm accused of bribing Chinese official, WantChinaTimes says
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