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News & Analysis: Qualcomm
They do say, “buy when there is blood in the streets,” don’t they?
The mobile chipmaker this week introduces the world’s first 5G laptop, the Snapdragon-powered "Project Limitless."
The FTC verdict is here, and Qualcomm’s entire business model is (probably) going to have to change.
The FTC just hit mobile chipmaker Qualcomm’s profit engine with a sledgehammer. Here's why it matters.
A district court ruled that Qualcomm has been engaging in anticompetitive practices. Meanwhile, Target soared on strong sales gains.
The communications semiconductor titan suffered a drastic cut as a federal court sided with the FTC in a high-octane antitrust lawsuit.
If upheld, the ruling could have long-reaching effects in the smartphone chip market.
The mobile chip giant will appeal, but its fundamental business model is at risk.
Worries about specific company issues hurt some stocks.