People walk by a video display promoting 5G connectivity at the Qualcomm booth during the 2019 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 8, 2019. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Qualcomm Inc. responded to comments Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook made in an interview, in which he said there had been no recent settlement talks between the iPhone maker and chip supplier in their global legal battle, calling Cook's remarks "misleading". The two companies are disputing comments their CEOs have made over settlement talks: Apple's chief Tuesday said any talks ended in September 2018 .Qualcomm Tuesday said Cook miscast Mollenkopf's remarks, which did not mention a settlement and which Qualcomm maintains are accurate.In a television interview on CNBC earlier on Tuesday, Cook responded to a question from host Jim Cramer about whether Apple would settle with Qualcomm after Qualcomm had announced legal victories against Apple in patent cases in China and Germany.
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