Qualcomm in China’s antitrust crosshairs

Molly Wood Nov 26, 2013

Authorities in China have opened up an antitrust inquiry against wireless company Qualcomm. Details on the probe are sketchy, but it may have to do with device makers in that country and how much they might will have to pay Qualcomm as the country updates its own networks. Tavis McCourt, an analyst with Raymond James and Associates, discusses Qualcomm’s business in China with Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson.

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