The boss who sold the country's biggest technology company is now sitting on UK's takeover watchdog



The man who sold Britain’s biggest technology company to the Japanese and two other firms to foreign vultures is sitting on the UK’s takeover watchdog.
Stuart Chambers, who was chairman of ARM Holdings when they were bought by Japanese Softbank, plays a key role in deciding whether takeovers should go ahead.
Chambers was also chief executive of Pilkington glass when that was sold to Japanese investors, and later chairman of packaging company Rexam when that was bought by Americans. His appointment to the panel was branded ‘a disgrace’ by a City investor.
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28 November 2017 in Business, Views: 67
Source: Daily Mail
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