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SoftBank Corp. announced today that Bruce Gottlieb will join SoftBank Inc, its U.S. subsidiary, as Executive Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Affairs.
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SoftBank CEO and majority owner of Sprint Corp. Masayoshi Son appeared on the Charlie Rose show on Monday evening and spoke for the first time about a potential acquisition of T-Mobile US by Sprint.
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Soldiers, believed to be Russian, ride on military armoured personnel carriers on a road near the Crimean port city of Sevastopol March 10, 2014.
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Masayoshi Son, chairman and chief executive officer of SoftBank Corp., reacts during a news conference in Tokyo on March 5. And so, the excited chief executive of Japanese Internet and telecom firm SoftBank launched a push to win support for a merger between Sprint and smaller rival T-Mobile US In appearing on the Charlie Rose show, the media-savvy ... (more)
Three years ago, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse became the public face of opposition to an AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile, arguing that "the wireless industry would regress toward a 1980s-style duopoly" and the merger "should be stopped" because "Sprint believes in competition, which goes hand-in-hand with innovation."
SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son will start a "massive price war" if U.S. regulators allow him to purchase T-Mobile US Inc., he said in an interview with PBS's Charlie Rose.
The timing of the declaration is interesting as SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son makes his way to Washington tomorrow to speak to the Chamber of Commerce.
AT&T , which unflinchingly stuck with a premium pricing strategy for years, has announced yet another price cut for its Mobile Share plans , as it tries to fend off a share-gaining Verizon and a resurgent T-Mobile.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son is visiting the U.S. this week to tell Washington how the U.S. can learn from Japan's example to improve its mobile broadband infrastructure.
SoftBank Corp. President Masayoshi Son is reframing his argument for consolidation in the U.S. mobile-phone market, heading to Washington this week to advocate for wireless broadband as an alternative to cable.
The high court ruled that cuts in education funding since 2010 led to an unconstitutionally imbalanced playing field between rich and poor schools.
SoftBank CEO and Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son really, really does not like to lose.
The real-life Satoshi Nakamoto denies being involved in Bitcoin. "Meanwhile, the same pseudonymous online account that kicked it all off in 2009 with a conceptual description of Bitcoin spoke up again Thursday night - this time, to cryptically deny any link with today's events," I wrote last night.
Once Softbank CEO and Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son gets a bee in his bonnet, he's apparently a hard man to discourage.