Penang-born chief executive Tan Hock Eng found himself back in the spotlight last week after the attempt by his tech giant Broadcom to take over Qualcomm hit a speed bump.
He has built Singapore-based Broadcom into one of the world's largest chipmakers through a string of acquisitions, gaining a reputation along the way for slashing costs to boost profitability.
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