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The UFC, which promotes mixed martial arts competitions, will announce that it's been bought by WME-IMG for about $4 billion. the NYT reports.
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It's the latest in a string of supplier woes that have dimmed Apple's shine on Wall Street.
Fairchild Semiconductor said Tuesday it has received an unsolicited bid to buy all of its outstanding common stock for $21.70 per share.
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ON Semiconductor said it would buy Fairchild Semiconductor in a $2.4 billion deal, the latest in a rapidly consolidating semiconductor industry.
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Shares of another Apple iPhone supplier traded down Tuesday on weaker than expected guidance, the second to do so in two days.
Shares of Apple suppliers are falling Monday morning off weaker-than-expected results from a key Apple chipmaker.
Detwiler Fenton sent a note to clients stating iPhone sales are down year over year in North America, according to its channel checks.
Dell, the world's third-largest maker of personal computers, is in talks to buy cloud computing company EMC.
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