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    1. Qualcomm Creates Severance Plan for Workers Should Broadcom's Hostile Takeover Succeed

      Qualcomm Creates Severance Plan for Workers Should Broadcom's Hostile Takeover Succeed

      A Broadcom spokesman said the company continues to hope Qualcomm's board would engage in merger talks but declined further comment. A Qualcomm ... The new severance plan defines change of control to include a replacement of a majority of Qualcomm's current board of directors . Broadcom ...

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    2. LRAD Activist Shareholder Turns up Heat

      LRAD Activist Shareholder Turns up Heat

      Activist investor Iroquois Capital said Thursday that it has lost confidence in management at San Diego’s LRAD and will seek two board seats to push for changes at the company. Iroquois, which owns 6.8 percent of LRAD’s stock, initially sought changes in 2013 at LRAD, which makes long range communications systems used by defense departments and law enforcement agencies globally...

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    3. Qualcomm's Equity Pay Questioned

      Qualcomm's Equity Pay Questioned

      Qualcomm pledged to repurchase $10 billion in shares by March to reduce it share count. / Union-Tribune file photo Qualcomm’s executive pay practices came under the spotlight this spring. Financial columnists from The San Diego Union-Tribune and New York Times weighed in on Qualcomm’s equity awards to executives and employees — saying these grants block the benefit to shareholders of billions in stock buybacks...

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