Ironically, Qualcomm and Broadcom will meet this Wednesday, February 14th, which is Valentine's Day. Earlier this week, Broadcom raised its offer to $82 per share, and it called that its "best and final".
Qualcomm Inc warned on Friday it could lose two large clients if it accepted chipmaker Broadcom Ltd's revised $121 billion buyout offer and said it saw no path to regulatory approval of any deal.
The rich offer puts pressure on Qualcomm's board ahead of a March 6 annual meeting, where it must show it is acting in the best interests of shareholders.
According to Reuters, executives at both companies will attend a joint meeting on Wednesday to mull over the details of the deal.
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In addition, Qualcomm has stated that if a deal is agreed to and government regulators refuse to clear it, the company will be "enormously and irreparably damaged".
Broadcom made its first offer on November 6 following a visit by its CEO to the White House, where he met President Donald Trump and announced plans to move the tech company back to the United States from Singapore.
Jacobs believes that Broadcom's offer of $60 in cash and $22 in Broadcom stock, doesn't reflect Qualcomm's potential $38 billion acquisition of NXP Technologies.
In rejecting Broadcom's latest offer on Thursday, Qualcomm offered to meet its rival to see if they can hammer out their differences.
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"In summary", the statement says, "Broadcom's proposal threatens destruction of Qualcomm's value - including through wholesale changes to Qualcomm's licensing program and proposed divestitures of Qualcomm's product businesses - while reserving Broadcom's right to walk away from the deal simply by paying a fee that will inevitably fall short of compensation for the harm inflicted on Qualcomm".
Qualcomm, however, said the regulatory commitment was not firm enough in its rejection. Qualcomm was quick to reject the proposal with the company's Board of Directors saying it dramatically undervalues the company.
Jacob's adds that in any meeting the Board would expect the answer to two questions - "What is the true highest price at which you would be prepared to acquire Qualcomm?"
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