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24 January 2018 By Robert Cyran

Regulators fined the company $1.2 bln for paying Apple not to buy chips from its rivals. Such levies reduce Qualcomm’s potential profitability, and make a $105 bln bid from rival Broadcom more alluring. Yet it suggests trustbusters may look askance at the combined firm’s power.

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