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Nvidia and GardaWorld travel across the Atlantic to swoop on UK companies


Nvidia, the US technology company, has agreed to buy UK chipmaker Arm Holdings for up to $40bn in cash and shares, while UK security firm G4S is fighting a £3bn hostile bid from Canadian rival GardaWorld, as the coronavirus pandemic brings out buyers.

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