SoftBank Group (OTC: SFTB.Y)
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SoftBank Group Company Info
SoftBank Group Corp. operates as a holding company which engages in the management of its group companies. It operates through the following segments: SoftBank Vision Fund, SoftBank, Arm, Brightstar, and Others. The SoftBank Vision Fund segment engages in the investment business. The SoftBank segment provides mobile communication, broadband, and telecom services in Japan. The Arm segment designs microprocessors and develops software technologies. The Brightstar segment engages in the distribution of mobile devices overseas. The Others segment includes the smartphone payments business, alternative investment business, fund business in Latin America and the operation of baseball teams. The company was founded by Masayoshi Son on September 3, 1981 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
News & Analysis
The tech conglomerate's CEO predicts there will be even better days ahead.
A former Arm executive has taken a nuclear option, staging a coup that could derail the acquisition.
Not only does the Japanese tech giant shore up cash on the sale, it still gets a piece of the action.
This marks the largest acquisition in the company's history.
This would help explain the stellar recent performance of stocks such as Tesla, Amazon, and Netflix.
The Japanese telecom is looking for a buyer and NVIDIA has reportedly thrown its hat into the ring.
The Swedish communications giant inks another 5G contract with the Japanese carrier.
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