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nVidia’s Market-Disrupting ARM Acquisition Not a Done Deal

The European Commission, the FTC, and others are now opposing the merger — probably for good reason, too

British microprocessor designer ARM was sold to nVidia in September 2020, but the deal is not yet completed and, if EU and US regulators succeed in their recent efforts, it may never be. (Image: ARM)

If anything, it now seems to be one of the most underestimated acquisitions in the history of tech: when nVidia announced that it’s buying ARM from Softbank for 40 billion dollars, all the way…

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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

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