SINGAPORE (Dec 11): UK chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor saw its shares crash after reports that its biggest customer, Apple, could take the development of some chips in-house. Dialog ended the Dec 4 trading session in Frankfurt at a one-year low of €23.70, some 24% lower than its close the week before and 39% down from where it was at the start of the year.

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