SoftBank unveils massive $21 bn IPO of Japan mobile unit

WeWork has picked up another $3 billion in financing from SoftBank Corp, not to be confused with SoftBank Vision Fund. The deal comes in the form of a warrant, allowing SoftBank to pay $3 billion for the opportunity to buy shares before September 2019 at a price of $110 or higher, ultimately valuing WeWork at […]

SoftBank unveils massive $21 bn IPO of Japan mobile unit

Telecoms giant SoftBank will list shares in its Japanese mobile unit next month in a sale that could raise over $21 billion and be one of the biggest tech IPOs in years.

Mon 12 Nov 18 from Phys.org

WeWork gets $3 billion in new funding from SoftBank

U.S. shared office space provider WeWork Cos has secured an additional $3 billion in funding from Japan's SoftBank Group Corp, according to an investor presentation seen by Reuters.

Tue 13 Nov 18 from Reuters Technology

WeWork picks up ANOTHER $3B from SoftBank

WeWork has picked up another $3 billion in financing from SoftBank Corp, not to be confused with SoftBank Vision Fund. The deal comes in the form of a warrant, allowing SoftBank to pay $3 billion ...

Tue 13 Nov 18 from TechCrunch

SoftBank seeks Deutsche's advice on Saudi power investments: sources

SoftBank has hired Deutsche Bank to advise on its power investment plans in Saudi Arabia, two sources familiar with the matter said.

Mon 12 Nov 18 from Reuters Technology

Exclusive: Softbank's Saudi-backed Vision Fund to raise $4 billion in debt

SoftBank's Vision Fund is raising $4 billion in debt to help finance acquisitions and has hired Goldman Sachs and Mizuho to work on the deal, a presentation seen by Reuters said.

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Reuters Technology

Exclusive: Softbank's Saudi-backed Vision Fund to raise $4 billion

SoftBank's Vision Fund is raising $4 billion to help finance acquisitions and has hired Goldman Sachs and Mizuho to work on the deal, a presentation seen by Reuters said.

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Reuters Technology

Silicon Valley still accepts Saudi Arabia’s money despite murder of Jamal Khashoggi

Business as usual for tech companies. Silicon Valley entrepreneurs love to talk a big game, but when it comes to actually practicing what they preach, they often fall flat. We’re seeing ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Fastcompany Tech

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