Foreign Company Broadcom Officially Cancels Hostile Takeover Plan

Business | Thomas Phippen
Singapore-based tech company Broadcom Limited announced Wednesday that it will comply with President Donald Trump's orders and cancel plans to force a takeover of U.S. chip maker Qualcomm. (Shutterstock/ photobyphm)

Will still try to move to the US

Chuck Schumer Offers Trump High Praise

Business | Thomas Phippen

‘President Trump … made the right decision’

Broadcom Scrambles To Move To The US So It Can Take Over Chipmaker

Business | Thomas Phippen
Qualcomm Inc. building in San Jose, Calif. (Photo: Shutterstock/jejim)

The government says not so fast

Here's Why The Government Is Delaying The Hostile Takeover Of Tech Company

Business | Thomas Phippen
President Donald Trump hugs Broadcom CEO Hock Tan as Tan announces the repatriation of his company's headquarters to the United States from Singapore during a ceremony in the Oval Office of the White House on November 2, 2017. | Photo: Martin H. Simon - Pool/Getty Images

‘An opening for China to expand its influence’

Government Steps In To Delay Hostile Takeover Of Tech Company

Business | Thomas Phippen
US President Donald Trump jokes with Broadcom CEO Hock Tan as he announces that Broadcom woud be moving back to the US in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, DC, on November 2, 2017. (Photo: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Battle for 5G rages on

These Are The Two Companies That Might Land Clinton's Foundation In Big Legal Trouble

US | Robert Donachie
Bill Clinton announces the formation of the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative, June 21, 2007. (REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)

Hillary has some problems on her hands

Congress: Chinese Takeover Of Chicago Stock Exchange May Lead To Economic Warfare

Business | Jonah Bennett
Market Reacts To Federal Reserve Interest Rate Decision

‘There is clearly a concern regarding China’s historical patterns of manipulations of currencies’

China Issues Takeover Bid To American Military Company, Congressman Raises Alarm

Politics | Jonah Bennett

The Chinese are confident the bid will pass regulation