Rothschild inherited some very important patents when flight MH-370 disappeared. Firm sold for 12 billion dollars after inheriting shares.
Source:Neon Nettle | by Jay Greenberg
When Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing, a US tech firm had 20 senior staff on the flight, many of whom were shareholders in the company and some were co-owners of some very important patents for military radar systems and microchips for autonomous driving cars.
With the mysterious disappearance of the Boing 777, all of the remaining shares held by the missing travelers for Freescale Semiconductor Ltd were inherited by the only remaining shareholder, Lord Jacob Rothschild, who then became the sole owner of some very important patents.
Freescale has now been sold to Dutch chipmaker NXP Semiconductors NV for $11.8 billion in cash and stock after NXP agreed to pay off the company’s remaining debts which amounted to just under $5 billion, pushing the…
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