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ARM: We’re Turning Japanese

This is what $32 billion gets you: Almost the whole world. UK-based ARM announced last night that it has agreed to be acquired by Tokyo-based SoftBank, a large holding company that owns many technology firms as well as some technical publications. It’s also the majority shareholder in U.S. celluar carrier Sprint. It’s fair to say that SoftBank’s holdings are wide-ranging. 

What does this mean for ARM, ARM’s employees, and ARM’s customers? 

Not much, really. Under the terms of the deal, SoftBank said many reassuring things. It will keep … Read More → "ARM: We’re Turning Japanese"

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