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Robin Saxby - ARMed and dangerous

Published: 11th Sep 2001, 13:15:24 | Permalink | Printable

The CEO of ARM Holdings PLC talks to Adam Shaw on the BBC's Working Lunch

Robin Saxby, the Chief Executive of ARM Holdings PLC appeared on BBC Two's Working Lunch today.

In an interview with the business program's stockmarket expert, Adam Shaw, Saxby outlined his aim to make ARM Holdings as powerful as the software giant, Microsoft.

Saxby also vented his frustration of how the media can destroy confindence in the British IT sector.

Read more from BBC News Online or watch today's program

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