Qualcomm just saved itself the best part of $700 million , due a settlement with Taiwan’s antitrust regulators. Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission had accused Qualcomm of abusing its position in the marketplace by refusing to provide products to clients who would not agree to its terms and conditions. Qualcomm was issued a record $773 million […]
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