Rubin's Essential Products was planning to release a new high-end smartphone this spring, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Japan's gross domestic product growth was revised up in the fourth quarter as capital expenditure grew at the fastest pace in almost three years.
Son and his advisers are weighing possible deals to bolster Sprint, which could allow aggressive investment in wireless networks in the U.S. The NYT reports.
The U.S. SEC said on Tuesday it froze the assets of certain traders in a suspected insider trading scheme on the Softbank-Fortress deal.
Asia markets dropped on Monday, with the British pound losing ground against the dollar ahead of Trump's address to Congress.
Kirk Boodry, analyst at New Street Research, talks about SoftBank's plans to invest in WeWork.
The Japanese telecom company is making a big vote of confidence in the shared work space company.
European markets finished Monday's trade mostly higher, after investors digested a raft of earnings and fresh economic data.
Asia markets traded mostly higher as investors await further details from President Trump's economic policies, including tax reforms.
'This is where capitalism thrives' says former SoftBank executive Nikesh Arora.
BTIG's Walter Piecyk weighs in on the potential merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, including possible hurdles.
Market experts suspect information leaked before $3.3bn SoftBank deal became public.
Asia markets finished mixed. The Nikkei climbed 1 percent, while Toshiba shares dropped 8.75 percent amid growing concerns.
Amir Anvarzadeh of BGC Securities says Toshiba is more likely to be relegated to the second section index than delisted.
Japan's SoftBank Group said it would buy asset manager Fortress Investment Group for about $3.3 billion.
Jesper Koll, CEO of WisdomTree Japan KK, says Softbank is leapfrogging into the asset management space.
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With President Trump in charge, some of Asia's biggest deal makers are making plans to invest in America, The New York Times reports.
OneWeb is the poster child for what foreign investment in the U.S. could look like — the company will open a factory with SoftBank investment.