The Vision Fund is looking to have $100 billion committed by November. SoftBank is kicking in $28 billion.
Dow futures tumbled and equities in Asia opened lower as the yen climbed and the euro spiked amid political and legal turmoil surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump.
TOKYO— Japanese electronics maker Toshiba is facing resistance from its U.S. joint venture partner Western Digital over Toshiba's plans to sell its computer-chip business to anyone else, and Toshiba is fighting back. Toshiba warned Western Digital to stop interfering, according to letters obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press. The letters from the...
Taizo Son, brother of SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, tells CNBC what's causing Japan's innovation culture to stumble.
Asian markets were mixed on Wednesday, as Wall Street's rise was offset by disappointment with Apple earnings, as traders eyed the Fed.
Most Asia markets declined on Wednesday, tracking Wall Street's negative close overnight, with resources and financial shares under pressure.
Asian equities closed mixed on Tuesday, on geopolitical tensions and as investors eyed Toshiba's twice-delayed earnings results.
Asia markets traded broadly lower on Friday as Samsung shares were closely watched by investors after Jay Y. Lee's arrest.
Toshiba may delay the sale of its prized flash-memory chip unit.
Toshiba will detail a multi-billion dollar writedown related to cost overruns at its U.S. nuclear arm on Tuesday.
Sony Electronics, Marks & Spencer and Best Buy are among the big names to have closed Chinese operations, the SCMP reports.
Asia markets were trading sideways on Monday, as investors looked past a weekend dominated with Donald Trump inauguration headlines and await clarity on policies.
The world's largest contract electronics maker is considering setting up a display-making plant in the United States.
Asia markets traded mixed, where Toshiba shares came under pressure from a Nikkei report, while Samsung Group stocks pulled back after initial gains.
South Korea's Kospi index finished flat as investors eye the fate of Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee, following a Wednesday court hearing.
Japanese auto parts maker Takata took a major step toward putting its airbag scandal behind it on Friday, the NYT reports.
Asia shares traded mixed on Tuesday, with Japanese stocks under pressure from a relatively stronger yen.
Japanese shares were under pressure on Thursday, after jumping more than 2 percent in its previous session, as the yen strengthened.
Japanese shares jumped more than 2 percent on Wednesday as recent surveys suggest global manufacturing sectors might be seeing a strong turnaround.
Asia markets traded mixed as traders looked ahead to key global events including an OPEC meeting and the U.S. nonfarm payroll report.