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Analog Devices in talks to buy Maxim Integrated for about $20B - Fox Business
Analog Devices in talks to buy Maxim Integrated for about $20B  Fox BusinessAnalog Devices Near Deal to Buy Maxim for $17 Billion  Yahoo! VoicesChip-maker Analog poised to buy rival Maxim Integrated for more than $17 billion  MarketWatchEETimes - Analog Devices, Maxim, Said to Be on the Verge of a $20B Deal -  EE TimesAnalog Devices nears $20bn deal for chip rival Maxim  Financial Times

Yahoo BusinessJul 12, 2020
Analog Devices Near Deal to Buy Maxim for $17 Billion
(Bloomberg) -- Analog Devices Inc. is close to an all-stock agreement to acquire Maxim Integrated Products Inc., according to people familiar with the matter.The semiconductor companies are talking about a deal that values San Jose, California-based Maxim at more than its current market capitalization of roughly $17 billion. Norwood, Mass.-based Analog has a market value of $46 billion and also has a large office in the San Jose area. The deal could be announced as early as Monday, though discussions could still fall apart, said the people, asking not to be named discussing private negotiations.Representatives for Analog Devices and Maxim declined to comment. The Wall Street Journal first reported the negotiations.Acquisitions are starting to return after a lull of several months caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This comes on the heels of Uber Inc. announcing a $2.65 billion deal for Postmates Inc., Allstate Corp. agreeing to a record $4 billion takeover of National General Holdings Corp. and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. spending roughly the same amount on a gas pipeline and storage assets.Some chip deals have either been delayed or abandoned if they require approval in China, the world's largest market for semiconductors. The process has been complicated by the ongoing trade war between China and the U.S.Analog Devices is currently less than half the size of market leader Texas Instruments Inc. by revenue. While Maxim wouldn't allow it to close the gap totally, it would broaden the range of products in the ana

Wall Street Journal US BusinessJul 12, 2020
MultiPlan to Go Public in Merger With Churchill Capital Entity
Health-care-services provider MultiPlan Inc. is merging with Churchill Capital Corp. III, a special purpose acquisition company, in an deal worth $11 billion, including debt.
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