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Arm is most likely to list on the US stock exchange Nasdaq, according to Masayoshi Son, chief executive of SoftBank Group, which bought the chip designer in 2016 for $32 billion. Although he stressed no final decision had been made, Son told investors that the British chip designer was better suited to a US listing. "Most of …

  1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

    Conservative UK government ... apply the National Security

    So a, don't leave me or I'll never speak to you again threat ?

  2. elsergiovolador Silver badge

    Wake up call

    Maybe this is going to be a wake up call?

    Why would you want to headquarter your company in a high tax low wage economy with clowns in charge?

  3. VoiceOfTruth

    It is about for chums in the City, not national security

    Lots of fat fees for doing nothing. More champagne, anyone. It's a hookers and coke spree.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward


    Softbank made their stance crystal clear in 2016. No EU, no UK listing. Just because 6 years have passed they didn't forget.

    And in the world of Japanese business, one of the worst possible behaviours is to show umbrage at a logical business decision - you just don't do it. It breaks almost every cultural rule about dignity and respect. It certainly marks you out as someone not to do business with in future.

    I wonder what part of Brexit people would miss when we rejoin the EU ?

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    “Growing out of the Acorn Computer – the company responsible for the UK smash-hit PC BBC Micro”

    Er, what?

  6. Tron

    Re: Brexit. Still waiting for the promised Utopia.

    Just phone Clown Leader. Desperate to polish the turd that is Brexit, he might offer a sack of public money for a London listing. Several other companies have been persuaded to locate in the UK. Boris has access to an unlimited amount of future taxpayer's money. If you want some, and can offer PRable goodies, just ask. The more pressure he is under, the more likely he is to buy a public win.

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