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LONDON: United Kingdom e-commerce operator THG Plc is raising US$1bil (RM4.12bil) for future deals, with Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp – one of the world’s biggest tech dealmakers – becoming a cornerstone investor.
TOKYO (Reuters) -SoftBank wants to list payment app PayPay, the CEO of its wireless unit said on Tuesday, adding that subsidiary SB Payment Service could also be a candidate for listing, as he seeks to illustate growth potential at Japan's No.3 carrier.
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission (SC) and Bursa Malaysia Bhd will end the temporary revision of the market management and control mechanisms by the end of this month.
The Securities Commission (SC) and Bursa Malaysia will reinstate the market management and control mechanisms on May 31 as the economic outlook improves and global markets normalise.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - While debate has raged over whether the Tokyo Olympics should go ahead this year, the Australian city of Brisbane has been moving closer to securing the hosting rights for the 2032 Summer Games - a deal that could be sealed as early as July.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico hopes to finish vaccinating its entire population against COVID-19 by the end of next year's first quarter, Mexico's deputy health minister, Hugo Lopez-Gatell, said Monday evening.
(Reuters): American astronaut Michael Collins, who as pilot of the Apollo 11 command module stayed behind on July 20, 1969, while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin traveled to the lunar surface to become the first humans to walk on the moon, died on Wednesday (April 28) at age 90, his family said.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Olympic bronze medallist diver Anabelle Smith has slammed global governing body FINA for pressing ahead with a qualifying event for this year's Games in Tokyo despite a spike in COVID-19 cases in the Japanese capital.
TOKYO (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp's $100 billion Vision Fund is widely seen reporting record earnings on May 12 after portfolio companies listed during the quarter, mostly driven by gain on its stake in South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang.
(Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc's customers using wireless voice and data services faced intermittent interruptions for several hours, the Canadian cellular and cable operator said in response to complaints on social media on Monday.