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TOKYO: SoftBank Group Corp chief executive Masayoshi Son’s (pic) remuneration for the past business year fell by 52% to 100 million yen (US$915,000 or RM3.79mil) including basic pay, a filing from the Japanese conglomerate showed.
TOKYO (Reuters) -SoftBank Group Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son's remuneration for the past business year fell by 52% to 100 million yen ($915,000) including basic pay, a filing from the Japanese conglomerate showed on Thursday.
TOKYO: SoftBank Vision Fund managing partner Colin Fan is leaving his role at the behemoth investment fund, marking the second departure of a managing partner this month, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
IT seems like everyone’s launching a special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) these days, but you could have bet on Softbank Group Corp maestro Masayoshi Son and his lieutenant Rajeev Misra finding a way of putting an eyebrow-raising spin on the blank-check phenomenon. They haven’t disappointed.
TOKYO: SoftBank Group Corp’s Rajeev Misra disputed reports the Japanese company had pumped up tech stocks through its options trading, saying no single investor has that kind of influence on the markets.
TOKYO: Proxy adviser Glass Lewis has urged SoftBank Group Corp shareholders to vote against the nomination to the board of a new outside director, in a sign of dissent with chief executive Masayoshi Son’s proposed corporate governance changes.
Tokyo: Masayoshi Son’s pitch to US hedge funds and financial institutions on the merits of SoftBank Group Corp just got harder, with a record market plunge that has made investors skittish and raised risks for its portfolio companies.
DUBAI: SoftBank Group Corp has pumped US$2.5bil of its own cash into new investments since October, people familiar with the matter said, hoping to restore its money-making credentials as it courts investors for a successor to its Vision Fund.
TOKYO: Most investors in SoftBank Group Corp’s US$100bil Vision Fund want to join the group’s forthcoming second fund, and discussions with those investors will begin soon, SoftBank founder and chief executive Masayoshi Son said.