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Broadcom, the semiconductor device supplier, divides its business into four units: wired infrastructure, wireless communications, enterprise storage, and industrial. In order to “build one of the world’s largest leading infrastructure companies,” Broadcom recently released plans to further delve into IT through its $19 billion all-cash acquisition of CA Technologies. In the meantime, the connectivity champion shows no signs of stopping. In its second-quarter report, it increased revenue 20% over the same quarter a year ago, to $5 billion.

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Revenue and net income for the four quarters ended on or before April 30, 2018. Total return for the period ended June 29, 2018.
Revenue, Net Income
$ millions
Revenue past four quarters ($M)$19,648
Net Income past four quarters ($M)$10,961
Growth Rates and Ranks
Revenue 3 Yr Growth Rank6
Revenue 3 Yr Annual Growth Rate57%
EPS 3 Yr Growth Rank43
EPS 3 Yr Annual Growth Rate49%
Total Return 3 Yr Rank55
Total Return 3 Yr Annual Rate24%
Beat S&P 500 (11.9%)yes
P/E Ratio13
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