The company says there's a semiconductor shortage, and it will reassess the situation in mid-March
That would help its devices work more seamlessly together.
Brexit made the pound cheaper and British companies potentially more attractive
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The cereal giant will pay $2.7 billion for the chips in the cardboard tube. Pringles gives Kellogg's a bigger stake in the after-breakfast market. But why such a high price?