It’s a whopping day for news about Intel, Motorola and HP:
— Intel is going to settle its legal differences with A.M.D for $1.25 billion.
— There are significant rumors that Motorola wants to split into three companies to pay down debt.
— It’s been announced that Hewlet-Packard will acquire network equipment maker 3-Com for $2.7 billion. HP thinks the move will help it compete against Cisco and with customers in China.
“Intel Pays A.M.D. $1.25 Billion to Settle Legal Disputes”
“Motorola Said to Explore Dividing Into 3 Companies”
“Hewlett-Packard to Acquire 3Com”