FTC Sues to Block Nvidia Acquisition of Arm

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The Federal Trade Commission sued to block Nvidia’s proposed $40 billion takeover of Arm Ltd., saying the deal would harm competition in the semiconductor market. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Mandeep Singh has more on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”

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