Nvidia has abandoned its plans to purchase chip designer Arm Ltd. for $40 billion due to "significant regulatory challenges."
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Bloomberg reports that NVIDIA is quietly preparing to abandon its $40 billion acquisition of Arm from Softbank because of regulatory scrutiny.
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