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Duracell buyout linked to EVs

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Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. agreed to buy Duracell for $4.7 billion in a move that could expand the brand into batteries for EVs and the power grid.

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Top Stories TodayCan Marvell lead China's LTE market with new SoCs?

While Qualcomm remains the dominant player in the global LTE market, Marvell's quiet success with its LTE base band business in China has gotten little notice.

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