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Broadcom is reportedly about to acquire CA Technologies for $18 billion, just 4 months after Trump blocked its acquisition of Qualcomm (AVGO, CA)

Business Insider Wednesday, 11 July 2018
Broadcom is reportedly about to acquire CA Technologies for $18 billion, just 4 months after Trump blocked its acquisition of Qualcomm (AVGO, CA)Broadcom is close to closing an $18 billion acquisition of CA Technologies, an American software company, according to the Wall Street Journal. 

If the deal does through, the $108 billion semiconductor company will pay $44.50 a share for CA in a deal that could go public on Wednesday, according to the report.

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Broadcom announced on Wednesday its intent to acquire CA Technologies, an American software company, for $18.9 billion in cash. Business Insider writes that the move was confirmed by CA Technologies in a press release. If the deal clears every hurdle and goes through, the $108 billion semiconductor...

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