Broadcom had requested last week to meet over the weekend, but has now agreed to meet on Wednesday instead, the sources said on Sunday, asking not to be identified because the meeting's details are not public.
Qualcomm responded on Thursday that unless Broadcom will agree to do whatever is necessary to ensure the deal closes, a commitment to divestitures without restrictions often referred to as "hell or high water", it would have to be extremely clear and specific about what actions it would refuse to take.
Broadcom had said earlier that its revised offer was contingent on either Qualcomm buying NXP at now disclosed terms of $110 per share in cash or the $38 billion deal being terminated.
Qualcomm's stock closed at $65.66 on Monday, well below the Broacom's offer of $82 per share.
QUALCOMM AND BROADCOM will meet on Valentine's Day to discuss the potential marriage of the two firms.
The Singapore-based firm - which has announced plans to move back to the United States - offered $60 per share in cash plus $22 in Broadcom stock, in a deal worth $121 billion, along with the assumption of $25 billion in Qualcomm debt.
In addition to the bid, Broadcom has also pledged to pay an $8 billion break-up fee should Qualcomm agree to a deal that is subsequently stopped by anti-trust regulators.
Before the meeting takes place on 14 February, it is believed that they will each spend some time with advisory companies ISS and Glass Lewis to get their thoughts on the situation.
"We urge you to meet with us without further delay, and stand ready to meet this Saturday or Sunday in NY or another mutually convenient location", Tan said in a letter to Qualcomm chairman Paul Jacobs. However, Broadcom is now planning a hostile takeover that bypasses Qualcomm's board and heads directly to its shareholders for approval through a vote in early March.
As Bloomberg reports, Qualcomm apparently offered to meet with Broadcom to discuss the takeover bid, particularly to address issues to continue the conversation.
The Bell also reported that Samsung is still studying the on-screen fingerprint scanners so there's a silver lining. So Korea's ET News has found out about some of the new-old features, that are coming (back) to the new Galaxy S9 .
If you're planning a Mardi Gras trip this year, you'll likely have to settle for walking the streets instead of riding down them. It also important to note that slavery and racism drove Black folks to form their cultural styles for celebrating Mardi Gras.
Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), is preparing a three-year extension of the DACA program in return for some border money as a fallback plan. The Supreme Court on Friday is due to consider whether to take up the administration's appeal of the San Francisco ruling .
After about a week it seemed to correct itself on its own, but months later another headache brought about an Australian accent. That's disturbing enough on its own, but this isn't even the first time Myers has experienced a headache-prompted voice change.
Chuck Schumer, the leader of the Senate Democrats, said the deal should break the cycle of partisan fights over spending. Pete Sessions, Texas Republican and chairman of the House Rules Committee, which sets the parameters for debate.
House of Representatives called the "Promoting Human Rights by Ending Israeli Military Detention of Palestinian Children Act". A large crowd of journalists had shown up to cover the trial of Tamimi, whose case has gained worldwide attention.
He's a lot more comfortable now, which is promising, but what's not promising is the degree of discomfort he was in. Then again, if anyone knows how to get under the hosts' skins it should be Italy's wily Irish coach, Conor O'Shea.
Born in Wyoming on October 3, 1947, Barlow graduated with a degree in comparative religion from Wesleyan University. Barlow was a writer as well as an activist, and he founded the Freedom of the Press Foundation .
A strong press contingent was also waiting outside Zuma's official residence, Mahlamba Ndlopfu, close to the Union Buildings . Mbeki did not contest the order and Zuma became president after elections the following year.
The Indiana Department of Transportation resorted to sending teams of as many as four plows simultaneously to clear some highways. Federal agencies in Washington D.C. were also opening two hours later than normal. "It will have prolonged snowfall", he said.
Teens have lost interest in Facebook, report
The research firm said it expected the first-ever decline in the 18-24 age group in the U.S. , a drop of 5.8 per cent this year. On the other hand, Snapchat will be used by 43% of these younger users, more than double the rate of three years ago.
Oxfam boss 'deeply ashamed' of charity's behaviour
She will also seek to confirm they have referred all concerns about specific cases and individuals to the relevant authorities. If Oxfam doesn't fully cooperate "then I can not work with them anymore as an aid delivery partner", she said.
Frank Reich to be new Indianapolis Colts head coach
The Eagles offense cruised through the playoffs despite having to turn to quarterback Nick Foles after Carson Wentz was injured. "We are extremely excited to announce Frank Reich as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts ", said Colts owner & CEO Jim Irsay.