1,000 Arm employees could lose their jobs following failed Nvidia takeover

UK chip designer says 12-15 per cent of its workforce could face redundancy as it prepares to go public

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1,000 Arm employees could lose their jobs following failed Nvidia takeover

UK chip maker Arm is proposing to cut up to 15 per cent of its workforce following last month's collapse of a takeover of the business by American giant Nvidia. The SoftBank-owned company's take...

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