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SoftBank Group Corp. (SFTBY)

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  • Bloomberg

    SoftBank Weighing Sale of Stake in TelevisaUnivision

    (Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. is considering a sale of its stake in Spanish-language TV broadcaster TelevisaUnivision, according to people familiar with the matter, as the Japanese conglomerate unloads assets amid a prolonged tech slump. No final decision has been made and the Tokyo-based company could opt to hold onto the stake, said the people, who asked to not be identified because the matter isn’t public. It’s not clear how much the stake is worth. A representative for SoftBank decline

  • Benzinga

    SoftBank Proposes Long-Term Collaboration With Samsung During Seoul Visit: Report

    SoftBank Group Corp (OTC: SFTBF) (OTC: SFTBY) founder and CEO Masayoshi Son discussed long-term cooperation between chip designer Arm Ltd and Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd (OTC: SSNLF). However, he did not propose that Samsung invest in the British company, Reuters reports citing local media. Son, who made his first visit to Seoul in three years, planned to talk with Samsung about a strategic alliance with Arm. Son did not propose that Samsung buy a stake in Arm or make a pre-IPO investment during

  • Reuters

    SoftBank makes no Arm investment proposal to Samsung-report

    SoftBank Group Corp founder and CEO Masayoshi Son discussed on Tuesday a long-term cooperation between chip designer Arm and Samsung Electronics, but did not propose the South Korean firm to invest in the British company, a local media reported on Wednesday. The billionaire, who is making his first visit to Seoul in three years, said earlier that he'd like to talk with Samsung about a "strategic alliance with Arm". The visit comes amid speculation over the potential formation of an industry consortium to invest in Arm, whose technology powers Apple's iPhone and nearly all other smartphones, and ensure its neutrality.

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