Deal of the Week: Qualcomm Hunts Car Computer Chips in Biggest 2016 Tech DealBy , , and
Qualcomm is making progress on acquiring NXP -- a deal that could be worth about $47 billion including debt. That would make it the largest tech deal of the year and the second-largest ever. Bloomberg's Ian King and Brooke Sutherland explain to host Alex Sherman why a deal makes sense for both sides, even if it comes with some major integration challenges. If there's an agreement, Qualcomm would become the largest supplier of chips used in cars, a stated interest of the San Diego-based chipmaker.
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