Qualcomm CEO Sees ‘No Path to Value’ in Broadcom Tie-Up

Qualcomm chief executive Steve Mollenkopf on Thursday reaffirmed his opposition to a hostile takeover bid from computer chip rival Broadcom, saying the deal offers “no real path to value.” The comments came days after Singapore-based Broadcom escalated its efforts on a $130 billion bid by proposing a slate of directors to unseat the Qualcomm board of directors. Mollenkopf, speaking at an event hosted by The Economic Club of Washington, said that “we always have discussions” on potential tie-ups but that Qualcomm’s future is well-positioned as an independent company. He added that “we didn’t think the offer…

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Qualifications Passport for Refugees could open new credit score popularity path

Undertaken via the Norwegian organization for great assurance in schooling (NOKUT), the qualifications Passport for Refugees should act as a complement to NOKUT’s present techniques for credit reputation and might be open to refugees who might not in shape into the criteria of the modern-day schemes. “NOKUT’s experiences show that an increasing organization of refugees with better education might be left at the margins of hooked up reputation tactics in the destiny” “The Qualification Passport for Refugees isn’t always best an evaluation of the qualification, however a statement presenting important…

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England’s 2,800-mile Coast Path to open in 2020

For a small country like Britain, the idea of claiming one of the longest footpaths in the world sounds a little ambitious. But that’s what we’re up to with the creation of the England Coast Path, and the proposed completion date of 2020 is not too far away. The route will go all the way round the English coast, and a quick look at the map of this island nation, with its countless inlets, estuaries and jagged bits, shows that the projected total length of 2,795 miles is not as…

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