Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks questions whether there are enough opportunities to invest the money.
WeWork is a start-up that sells individuals or businesses co-working spaces.
Slack is raising $250 million in a new funding round that now values the start-up at more than $5 billion.
Kavin Bharti Mittal said founders need to be conscious of time and learn to build products for mass market.
SoftBank has approached Uber about taking a multi-billion dollar stake, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing sources.
Grab said the $2.5 billion in fresh funds expected will strengthen its market position and grow its mobile payments business.
The Palo Alto, CA-based start-up makes technology to help develop driverless cars.
Grab's expansion would add another obstacle in the otherwise challenging market of Southeast Asia.
Japan's SoftBank was aiming to raise as much as $5 billion in a U.S. dollar bond offering, according to a person familiar with the plans.
Japanese firms will continue to acquire overseas assets more aggressively to increase their market share in the global economy, a JPMorgan report says.
SoftBank Corp invests $100 million into Boston-based cybersecurity firm that specializes in end-point detection and response.
North America and Asia Pacific are expected to lead 5G mobile internet adoption, according to a report from Ericsson.
The pound dropped on Friday as elections in the U.K. ended in a hung parliament, with Asian indexes closing mostly higher.
Grab facilitates as many as 2.5 million rides each day, making it the largest ride-hailing platform in Southeast Asia with over 930,000 drivers in 55 cities and seven countries.
Markets in Asia were mostly flat in Monday trade after the latest missile test by North Korea this morning.
CNBC's Mike Santoli talks about Softbank's new $4B stake in Nvidia, one of the best performing stocks over the past year.
SoftBank Group bought a $4 billion stake in Nvidia, according to a report from Bloomberg News.
The Vision Fund is looking to have $100 billion committed by November. SoftBank is kicking in $28 billion.
Sprint and SoftBank have started preliminary conversations to merge with T-Mobile US, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
U.K.-based virtual reality start-up, Improbable, has raised $502 million to invest in massive-scale simulation technology.