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NEW YORK — Apple must cooperate with a court-appointed monitor after a judge found the technology giant colluded with book publishers in 2010 to raise electronic book prices, a federal appeals court said Thursday.
U. S. District Judge Denise Cote appointed Bromwich as monitor in October 2013 after a civil trial weeks earlier led her to conclude that Apple had violated antitrust laws when it entered the electronic book market.
In court papers, Apple argued that Bromwich launched a “broad and amorphous inquisition” that was interfering with its business operations and imposing substantial and rapidly escalating costs on it.
“It is certainly remarkable that an arm of the court would litigate on the side of a party in connection with an application to the court he serves,” Circuit Judge Dennis Jacobs wrote on behalf of the three-judge panel that heard oral arguments earlier this year.
In a separate concurring opinion, Judge Jesse Furman criticized Apple for failing to take advantage of a “sensible and effective process” the trial judge had set up to swiftly resolve any objections to the monitor’s actions.
Chipmaker Avago Technologies said Thursday that it has agreed to acquire Broadcom, a rival whose semiconductors are used in iPhones, set-top boxes for cable television and other devices, for $37 billion in cash and stock.
The companies have little overlap but could combine to offer a range of products to communications companies while gaining greater negotiating power with manufacturers.
The deal is the latest in a wave of consolidation in the semiconductor sector as chipmakers look to grow and gain leverage in negotiations with their customers and components manufacturers.
“The combination of Avago and Broadcom creates a global diversified leader in wired and wireless communication semiconductors,” Avago President and CEO Hock Tan said in a news release.
According to Bloomberg, the transaction is the biggest in the technology industry.
Samueli, the owner of the Anaheim Ducks hockey team, serves as Broadcom’s chairman and chief technology officer.
The company, which specializes in chips for things like fiber-optic lines and lighting, has been active in buying companies since 2013, including striking a $6.6 billion deal in late 2013 for the LSI Corp., a manufacturer of networking and storage chips.
The cash option of the deal values Broadcom at about 24 times last year’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, significantly higher than in recent acquisitions of semiconductor companies.
In other deals that illustrate the extent of consolidation in the sector, NXP Semiconductors agreed to buy Freescale Semiconductor for $11.8 billion in March.
 Intel was reported to have held recent talks to buy Altera, whose chips are used in radios, automobiles and manufacturing.
In a clash of makers of fitness trackers, Jawbone is suing Fitbit and a group of employees who quit Jawbone to work for Fitbit, saying they stole trade secrets, business plans, market research, and other information.
Jawbone’s lawsuit names Fitbit Inc. and five former Jawbone employees, and says it believes 10 other employees were also involved.
The lawsuit says Fitbit recruiters contacted about 30 percent of Jawbone’s employees in early 2015, and the employees who accepted Fitbit’s offer took information about Jawbone’s plans, products, technology and market research.
In a filing with regulators, Fitbit said it has sold almost 21 million devices since 2011, but more than half of those sales were made in 2014.
Jawbone said that by poaching its employees, Fitbit acquired knowledge of its market research, years of plans, and information about its headsets, fitness trackers and audio devices.