Internet of Things drives Avago's $37 billion Broadcom buyout

Avago just announced a plan to buy fellow chipmaker Broadcomm in a $37 billion deal – the largest acquisition in information technology history. While the megadeal will not be realized for several months, its implications for the semiconductor sector and for other industries beyond are already th...

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