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WeWork is expected to delay its planned public offering until at least October. Previously, it was expected to complete it by the end of this month.
The biggest backers of SoftBank’s $100 billion Vision Fund are reportedly reconsidering their investments in the second one after Uber and WeWor...
Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund and Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment poured $60 billion combined into SoftBank's first Vision Fund.
Assuming it doesn't sell any shares at the same time, SoftBank's move would bring its total investment to more than $11 billion.
The billionaire CEO of the Japanese tech giant, Masayoshi Son, plans to deploy a massive wave of capital raised from high-profile investors.
SoftBank just launched a new $108 billion fund. Meet Masayoshi Son, the company’s billionaire founder and one of the richest men in Japan, who...
Masayoshi Son is the founder and CEO of Japanese holding company SoftBank, which invests millions in some of Silicon Valley's biggest tech companies.
SoftBank's first Vision Fund invested in some of Silicon Valley's hottest companies like Uber, Slack, and WeWork.
SoftBank wants Microsoft to invest in its next VisionFund, and it offered to encourage its startups to ditch Amazon’s cloud for Azure
SoftBank offered to push portfolio companies to use Microsoft's cloud provider Azure over Amazon, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
SoftBank's existing $100 billion Vision Fund fund owns stakes in startups across the globe including Uber, WeWork, Slack, and DoorDash.
Meet the power players at the SoftBank Vision Fund, who are writing checks for billions of dollars and upending the technology business
Softbank's Vision Fund has set out to find the tech stars of tomorrow today. The $100 billion mega fund drew astonishment, acclaim, and scorn upon its launch in 2017.
SoftBank is trying to raise another monster $100 billion fund, but it’s reportedly having trouble finding investors
SoftBank said that the idea the firm is having a hard time raising money for Vision Fund II is "misleading and even inaccurate."