- The Sunday Times: Three of the world’s largest chip companies, Broadcom, MediaTek and Marvel, have broken ranks to bless Nvidia’s $ 40 billion fall on British semiconductor company ARM, giving a big boost to the controversial takeover of the US giant.
- The Sunday telegraph: U.K. plans to end an upcoming $ 8 billion buying spree from international manufacturers
- The Sunday telegraph: Matt Hancock has resigned as health secretary after being caught kissing a close associate in his Whitehall office in early May in violation of coronavirus restrictions.
Business and economy
- Post on Sunday: The government has had private talks about plans to channel tens of billions of pounds of pension money into infrastructure and start-ups to stimulate economic recovery.
- Post on Sunday: Royal Mail has blocked executive bonuses and stock rewards worth £ 1.4 million after painful delays resulted in mountains of packages not arriving on time over Christmas.
- The Sunday Times: Lack of chips forces Jaguar Land Rover to step on the brakes at its Slovakian plant – home of its best-selling Defender.
- The Sunday Times: Gene sequencing pioneer Oxford Nanopore strengthens its board with a former Reckitt Benckiser Chief Financial Officer as he lays the foundation for a blockbuster listing.
- The Sunday telegraph: BT has signed a deal with taxable satellite operator OneWeb to tackle rural broadband blackspots by acquiring Elon Musk’s Starlink.
- The Sunday Times: More than two million people work fewer hours than before Covid-19 as they fear an “economic hotspot” as the vacation program weakens.
- The Observer: The Manhattan prosecutor has informed Donald Trump’s lawyers that criminal charges are possible against the Trump organization, a Trump attorney confirmed on Friday.
- The Observer: Johnson & Johnson has reached a $ 230 million settlement to resolve an opioid lawsuit filed by the New York State Attorney General.
Share tips, comments, and bids
- Mail on Sunday (share Midas tips): TO BUY RBG investments.
- Mail on Sunday (Midas Share Tips Update): TO BUY Augmentum Fintech at discount.
- The Sunday Times: Viral video maker LadBible is aiming for a public listing days after bigger rival BuzzFeed announced it would go public.
- The Sunday Times: Liberty Global, the owner of Virgin Media, has put the broadband and television company’s Irish operations up for sale following its £ 31 billion merger with O2.
- The Sunday telegraph: Online lender Zopa plans to take on £ 30 billion giant Klarna to expand into the “buy now, pay later” sector as it prepares to perform in London next year.
- The Sunday Times (Commentary): Glaxo Chief Emma Walmsley comes out fighting.
- The Sunday Times (Commentary): Predators smell blood at grocers.
Sunday Newspapers: Swoop on $ 40 Billion ARM wins over chip titans