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SoftBank-Owned ARM’s China JV Rejects Allegations Against CEO

by Abioye Shinaayomi
SoftBank-Owned ARM's China JV Rejects Allegations Against CEO

The Chinese joint venture of SoftBank Group Corp-owned ARM rejected on Thursday allegations of misconduct made by its buyers in opposition to its CEO and mentioned it will take a legal motion, escalating an internal spat. The inside battle at one of the most world chip trade’s main suppliers spilled into the open on Wednesday after ARM and its China joint venture publicly disagreed whether the unit’s CEO, Allen Wu, were fired.

British-based ARM and Chinese private fairness firm Hopu Investments, which co-own Arm China, had mentioned they replaced Wu with meantime co-CEOs Ken Phua and Phil Tang after an investigation discovered severe irregularities with Wu’s habits. ARM China stated on Thursday the allegations had negatively affected Wu and the firm, and that it had entrusted lawyers to seem into the topic.

It had stated Wu continues to be its CEO. It said a board meeting through ARM and Hopu Investments held on June 4 to push aside Wu had no longer adopted process and thus may now not “cause a group of workers trade”. It added that Tang were dismissed from the three way partnership on May 26 because of “serious violations” and not represented the company. A spokeswoman for ARM advised Reuters that they stood by means of their previous statements.

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“ARM China’s relevant operations are carrying on as normal,” the joint venture said.

Arm China, which generates revenue by licensing chip architecture to Chinese companies, was established in 2018 when SoftBank sold a 51 percent stake in ARM’s Chinese subsidiary, ARM Technology (China), to a group of Chinese investors. SoftBank had acquired ARM in 2016 for $32 billion (roughly Rs. 2.41 lakh crores).

The spat comes as ARM grapples with rising tensions between the United States and China over technology. Last month, the Department of Commerce placed additional restrictions on smartphone maker Huawei that would prevent certain US companies from supplying to it.

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