Broadcom has been in headlines for the last few weeks after its aggressive push to acquire Qualcomm, with President Trump stepping in and blocking the acquisition.
Now news is breaking that Broadcom is going to be moving its operations into the US, a move that would allow the Singapore-based giant to acquire US companies. Broadcom is moving its operations to Delaware, with the company proposing the move all the way back in November.
We don't know if Broadcom will once again try and hunt down Qualcomm for an acquisition, but moving to the US will allow the company to pursue US companies in the future.
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