Arm pioneer blames Brexit for US listing

Hermann Hauser believes a London listing could follow

Tom Allen
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Arm pioneer blames Brexit for US listing

"Brexit idiocy" is partly to blame for Arm's decision to list on the Nasdaq stock exchange in New York rather than its home market of London, says Hermann Hauser, who was involved in the development of the first Arm processor.

Arm officially began the listing process yesterday, for what is expected to be one of the largest IPOs of the year. Nearly every small electronic device today uses Arm chip designs, from smartph...

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