|Bid||67.223 x 30000|
|Ask||67.932 x 30200|
|Day's Range||67.051 - 68.386|
|52 Week Range||62.230 - 80.577|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.19|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
It looks like Wag may get another huge injection of cash following a big financing round earlier this year, according to a report by Recode, and also based on what we are hearing. Softbank has been aggressively investing large sums of capital in various startups in Silicon Valley and it seems like the company has taken a strong interest in the app after it sought to raise a big round of funding. Despite the potentially huge funding round, Wag has been in the middle of some intense criticism following a big story from Bloomberg which identified some issues with the company.
We are cutting our price estimate for Sprint from about $8.50 per share to about $6 per share to account for the potentially lower growth prospects, weaker pricing power, and higher CapEx outlays that it could face, after its merger talks with T-Mobile fell through last month
Mirror AI, an app that uses artificial intelligence to create realistic emojis, is the latest beneficiary of the Japanese telecom company's focus on AI.
Nintendo is looking to expand tie-ups with software developers to strengthen its smartphone-game lineup after an early alliance aimed at cracking the mobile market fell behind schedule.
SoftBank, the Japan-based (EWJ) telecom group that owns the US-based (SPY) number-four wireless carrier Sprint (S), plans to boost its shareholding in the US carrier.
Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp. has agreed to invest roughly $500 million more in satellite broadband provider OneWeb Ltd., according to a person familiar with the details, boosting the U.S. startup’s plan to offer significantly faster internet connections world-wide than most traditional systems, either space-based or terrestrial. The latest commitment would boost SoftBank’s total investment in the project to about $1.5 billion, even as Greg Wyler, OneWeb’s founder and executive chairman, disclosed over the weekend that his company already is designing and seeking suppliers for a more powerful new generation of satellites. The precise size and structure of SoftBank’s additional investment could change, said the person familiar with the details and others close to the talks.
Abu Dhabi's state investor, Mubadala , has made 15 to 16 investments in Silicon Valley as part of a partnership with Softbank Group, deputy group CEO, Waleed al-Muhairi, told a conference in ...
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi's state investor, Mubadala , has made 15 to 16 investments in Silicon Valley as part of a partnership with Softbank Group, deputy group CEO, Waleed al-Muhairi, ...
Billionaire Masayoshi Son may be getting closer to achieving his dream of making SoftBank Group Corp. the world’s biggest investor in technologies. The reason has to do with the main patron of Son’s $100 ...
Dec.11 -- Mubadala deputy group CEO and CEO of alternative investments and infrastructure, Waleed Al Mokarrab Al Muhairi, told Bloomberg's Tracy Alloway the state-owned investment company will deploy more capital and complete at least a couple of exits over the next 12 months. They spoke at the Bloomberg Invest conference in Abu Dhabi.