Hypegram : Trump points to national security in blocking Broadcom's attempted Qualcomm takeover ARTICLE 143763592 Trump points to national security in blocking Broadcom's attempted Qualcomm takeover english ARTICLE

just put his presidential foot down, and made serious waves in the world of tech in the process. 

However, instead of declaring his latest whim via Twitter, the 45th president of the United States turned Monday afternoon to something a little more official to drop the metaphorical bomb: a . Specifically, an order blocking the proposed acquisition of by .

In the order, Trump insisted that the purchase might "impair the national security of the United States."

Qualcomm is an American company that builds chips used in LTE networks. Broadcom is based in Singapore, and is in the process of moving its headquarters to the U.S.

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Trump points to national security in blocking Broadcom's attempted Qualcomm takeover


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just put his presidential foot down, and made serious waves in the world of tech in the process. 

However, instead of declaring his latest whim via Twitter, the 45th president of the United States turned Monday afternoon to something a little more official to drop the metaphorical bomb: a . Specifically, an order blocking the proposed acquisition of by .

In the order, Trump insisted that the purchase might "impair the national security of the United States."

Qualcomm is an American company that builds chips used in LTE networks. Broadcom is based in Singapore, and is in the process of moving its headquarters to the U.S.

More about , , , , and
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