SoftBank has invested billions of dollars in tech companies both big and small.
The reason for all this activity is clear: SoftBank has gobs of cash it wants to deploy.
The French telecom giant working on an offer but have not yet brought a proposal to Charter, sources tell CNBC.
Asian indexes closed mixed Tuesday as investors digested the release of China July trade data during the session.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son's comments on investing in Uber or Lyft come five years too late, says Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research.
Sprint needs a lot of capital expenditure to be able to compete with Verizon and AT&T, says Peter Boardman from NWQ Investment Management.
Speaking after reporting earnings, SoftBank Group’s Masa Son told investors on Monday that his company would be interested in investing in ride-sharing companies Uber or Lyft in the future.
Investors' risk sentiment received a boost from the 209,000 jobs added stateside in July, higher than what the markets had expected.
Japan's SoftBank Group Corp on Monday reported a 50.1 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit, after the company included Vision Fund.
SoftBank just invested $250 million in Kabbage, the online small-business lending platform that is disrupting the fintech marketplace.
CNBC's David Faber reports on Sprint's quarterly results, and SoftBank's pursuit of Charter Communications.
Edmund Lee, Recode managing editor, discusses SoftBank's pursuit of Charter Communications as Masa Son continues to expand his empire.
The Japanese conglomerate is still eyeing potential ways to bring Charter and Sprint together.
CNBC's David Faber reports the latest on SoftBank's pursuit of a deal for Charter Communications.
The Japanese conglomerate had considered taking a stake in Uber after taking stakes in several other ride-hailing companies.
SoftBank chairman Masayoshi Son is planning to make an offer to directly purchase Charter later this week, according to Bloomberg.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa takes a look inside SoftBank's venture capital empire and its possible implications for the tech industry.
Deciding whether or not to have Meg Whitman as the Uber CEO revealed a deep split on the board, according to the New York Times.
Charter Communications is not interested in Sprint's proposal to be acquired by Charter, a company spokesman said.
Marks says the new fund is emblematic of an overheated market.