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SoftBank Corp. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the communication business. The Company has three business segments. The Consumer segment is engaged in the provision of mobile communication services under brands SoftBank, Y! mobile and LINE mobile, as well as broadband services for individual customers. The Corporate segment is engaged in the provision of mobile communication services, landline telephone services, telecommunications consulting and construction services, equipment rental and maintenance services, data center services for corporate customers. The Distribution segment is engaged in the provision of hardware, software and services that support cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for corporate customers, and the provision of accessories for individual customers. The Company is also engaged in the payment agency business, public cloud services business, online business, as well as digital medias and contents business.
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For six decades, shoppers at Mikawaya, a rice dealer in eastern Tokyo, paid in cash - until sales staff from payments app PayPay swept through the low-lying district, persuading the store to give their product a try.
SoftBank wants to list payment app PayPay, the CEO of its wireless unit said on Tuesday, adding that subsidiary SB Payment Service could also be a candidate for listing, as he seeks to illustate growth potential at Japan's No.3 carrier.
SoftBank wants to list payment app PayPay, the CEO of its wireless unit said on Tuesday, as he seeks to illustate growth potential at Japan's No.3 carrier.
Malaysian telecommunications firm Axiata Group Bhd on Tuesday said Japanese peer SoftBank Corp will invest $60 million in its digital analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) arm ADA.
Japan's SoftBank Corp will invest $60 million for a 23% stake in the digital analytics and artificial intelligence arm of Malaysian telecoms firm Axiata Group Bhd, said two sources familiar with the matter.
The Japanese government has decided to temporarily halt its use of popular messaging app Line, owned by SoftBank Corp's Z Holdings, to handle sensitive information, Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato said on Monday.
SoftBank's internet subsidiary Z Holdings outlined plans on Monday to invest 500 billion yen ($4.7 billion) in technology over five years to resist an onslaught from larger overseas rivals.
Japanese wireless carrier SoftBank Corp on Tuesday said it will lower its mobile fees, joining bigger rival NTT Docomo Inc following government calls to cut prices to spur consumer spending elsewhere in the economy.
Japanese wireless carrier SoftBank Corp on Tuesday said it will lower its mobile data fees, joining bigger rival NTT Docomo Inc following government calls to cut prices to spur consumer spending elsewhere in the economy.
Japan's top government spokesman Katsunobu Kato said on Wednesday the country's carriers have more room to cut cellphone charges, voicing hopes they "actively" look for ways to do so.
Wireless carrier SoftBank Corp is "considering its carrier fees seriously", a spokesman said on Thursday, in response to a report that Japanese carriers would cut prices following pressure from new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
Wireless carrier SoftBank Corp is "considering its carrier fees seriously", a spokesman said, following a Nikkei report citing the company that Japan's top telcos will cut fees following pressure from new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
* KDDI shares slide; SoftBank Corp touches record low (Adds executive comment, details of financing)
SoftBank Group Corp said on Monday it set the offering price for the sale of shares in wireless carrier SoftBank Corp at 1,204.50 yen per share, giving the sale a value of 1.24 trillion yen ($11.7 billion) including over-allotment.
SoftBank Group Corp on Wednesday unveiled the building that will house its new WeWork-designed headquarters, in a long-planned move that comes just as the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide forces a shift away from office working.
Shares in wireless carrier SoftBank Corp fell 3% on Monday after parent SoftBank Group Corp said it would sell up to 22% of the telco's shares, which could slash its holding in the carrier to 40%.
* Marks expansion of asset sales beyond March's Y4.5 trln plan
A Japanese mobility venture has unveiled two adapted vans, one which can serve as a workspace or a mobile shop, and another that pumps fresh air through the vehicle to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading between passengers.
Japanese wireless carrier SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it was pleased its 5G network had been given "clean" status by the U.S. government as part of a U.S. effort to exclude Chinese vendors from next-generation networks.
Japanese wireless carrier SoftBank Corp on Tuesday reported a 4% rise in first-quarter operating profit, beating analyst estimates, supported by its enterprise business.
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