SoftBank Group Chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son, left, and Yusaku Maezawa the billionaire entrepreneur who founded the online fashion retailer Zozo, pose together during a press conference in Tokyo on September
To his adoring fans he is an investment genius with the Midas touch - a man who has conjured up a $21bn fortune through a series of shrewdly timed bets on some of the world’s top technology companies.
(Reuters) - Japan's SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) is planning to lend up to $20 billion to its employees, including Chief Executive Masayoshi Son, to buy stakes in its second Vision Fund, the Wall Street
Unusual setup doubly exposes the Japanese company to a startup economy that is starting to show cracks SoftBank Group is leaning on its employees, including Chief Executive Masayoshi Son, for cash as firm
SoftBank has a plant to loan up to $20 billion to its employees, including CEO Masayoshi Son, for the purposes of having that capital re-invested in SoftBank’s own Vision venture fund, according to a report