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He M’sian born Chinese leh

In Malaysia on 14/12/2017 at 4:25 pm

Why would anyone think Hock Tan is honest? Ask the Bumis and S’poreans about the trustworthiness of M’sian-born Chinese.

Is Broadcom making a jobs promise it can’t fulfill?
So argues Andrew in his latest column, citing the $1.5 billion in “synergies” — read, “cost-saving layoffs” — that the analysts think the chip maker could reap by buying Qualcomm. Based on Broadcom’s moves with previous takeovers, that could translate into about 5,400 jobs being cut.
That runs contrary to what Broadcom’s C.E.O., Hock Tan, told President Trump at a news conference last month announcing that the company would move its corporate headquarters to the U.S. from Singapore.
More from Andrew’s column:
Mr. Tan of Broadcom has boasted that he plans to spend $3 billion “in research and engineering.” Mr. Tan has been given high marks for managing the portfolio of Broadcom assets effectively, but he has never been known for industry-changing innovations.

NYI Dealbook

  1. majority of m’sian-born chinese men are nato (no action, talk only).

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