Microsemi's latest acquisition highlights the synergies between hardware and security in connected cars

Microsemi recently announced that it is acquiring Vitesse Semiconductor for $389 million in an all-cash deal. Microsemi is paying $5.28 a share in cash for each Vitesse share. Under terms of the deal, Vitesse reportedly has until April 8 to solicit a superior counterbid, in what is known as a go-...

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