Broadcom is edging towards a deal for Symantec's enterprise business, according to the Wall Street Journal. Talks of a takeover for the whole of Symantec reportedly stalled last month, with reports suggesting that the two could not agree on a valuation. The Wall Street Journal has now claimed that a $10bn deal for just the enterprise arm of Symantec could be announced as early as today, citing sources. Symantec announced its full-year numbers in May, with sales for the period ending 29 March...
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