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Mike Freeman

Mike Freeman covers technology for the San Diego Union-Tribune, where his coverage includes Qualcomm, San Diego's largest publicly traded company. Mike started at the Union-Tribune in 1999, covering the golf and action sports industries. Over the years, Mike has reported on commercial real estate, the housing bubble, banking and defense contractors. He also covered the Pinnfund Ponzi scheme and several real estate scams. He is one of the few journalists in the country who researches and writes a special section on executive compensation. Before joining the Union-Tribune, Mike was business editor of a daily newspaper in Bend, Ore. He graduated from Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. with a bachelor's degree in communications.
Broadcom remains in the hunt for Qualcomm even as it lowers its bid

Broadcom trimmed its hostile offer for Qualcomm in the wake of the San Diego company agreeing to pay more for NXP Semiconductors. But Broadcom said it remains committed to acquiring Qualcomm even with NXP in tow.

Qualcomm raises its bid for NXP to $43 billion; Broadcom slams the move

Qualcomm raised its price for NXP to $43 billion from $38 billion, a move that could bolster its case to remain a standalone company as Broadcom pursues a hostile takeover bid.

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