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Rakuten, Inc. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the Internet service business, the FinTech business and the mobile business. The Company operates through three business segments. The Internet Service segment is mainly engaged in the operation of Internet shopping mall Rakuten Market site and other electronic commerce (EC) sites, online cashback sites, travel reservation sites, portal sites and digital content sites, the sale of advertisements on the sites, as well as the operation of professional sports facilities. The FinTech segment is mainly engaged in the provision of banking and securities services via the Internet, credit cards related services, life insurance services, insurance services and electronic money services. The Mobile segment is mainly engaged in the provision of communication services and messaging services.
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Charles B. Baxter
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Japan's Rakuten Inc launched low price 5G services via its cloud-based mobile network on Wednesday in a challenge to rival carriers under fire for high prices that could shake up the telecoms industry globally.
Rakuten Inc Chief Executive Hiroshi Mikitani has urged Japan's government to review its entry restrictions on foreign nationals, saying prolonged imposition of COVID-19 curbs risks tarnishing Japan's appeal and causing innovation to stagnate.
Japan's Fair Trade Commission said on Friday it has recommended a Tokyo court order e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc to halt the introduction of free shipping, following complaints from vendors over the plans.
Japanese antitrust officials raided the offices of e-commerce company Rakuten Inc on Monday after complaints from online merchants about the company's free shipping policies, prompting its shares to briefly fall by as much as 3%.
Japanese online retailer Rakuten and Walmart's Seiyu said they plan to open a new logistics site in Yokohama later this year to deal with growing sales from their joint online supermarket business.
* Rakuten's market entry as a mobile carrier has been delayed
Japan's Rakuten Inc said on Tuesday it expects to take a 103 billion yen ($947 million) loss in the latest quarter on its investment in U.S. ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc.
* Posts 1.8 bln Y operating loss vs 5.2 bln Y profit expected
Japan's Rakuten Inc reported an unexpected quarterly loss on Thursday as the value of its investment in ride-hailing firm Lyft Inc slumped.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc's first-quarter operating profit jumped fourfold as it booked a $1 billion gain on its stake in U.S. ride-hailing company Lyft Inc.
Japan's Rakuten Inc said on Friday first-quarter operating profit quadrupled as it booked gains on its stake in Lyft.
Japan's Rakuten said on Monday it will book a 110 billion yen ($989.74 million) gain in the quarter through March on its investment in Lyft following the U.S. ride-hailing firm's listing last week.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten plans to become Japan's fourth mobile operator this year with what its says is the world's first fully cloud-based mobile network, creating a potential template for international expansion.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten has picked Nokia Oyj as a key partner for its new mobile network in Japan, which is due to launch later this year, the Finnish company said on Wednesday.
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