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SoftBank falls as Son says business as usual after record loss

SINGAPORE (Nov 11): Masayoshi Son wants investors to believe that a record loss from investments in money-losing start-ups WeWork and Uber Technologies is but a bump in the road.

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

SoftBank reveals US$6.5 billion loss from Uber, WeWork turmoil

(Nov 6): Masayoshi Son is finally disclosing the damage from SoftBank Group Corp’s bets on WeWork and Uber Technologies Inc.

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Singapore (Oct 7): “Officially Tuas is designed to handle 65 million TEUs (20-foot equivalent units), but I am sure PSA can squeeze a little more out of it if we work hard.”

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Cheap capital and SoftBank's audacious Vision Fund 2

SINGAPORE (Aug 26): Over the next week or so, bonds issued by governments and companies in Europe and Japan that trade with negative yields will cross the US$17 trillion ($23.5 trillion) mark, or f

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Cheap capital and SoftBank's audacious Vision Fund 2

SINGAPORE (Aug 26): Over the next week or so, bonds issued by governments and companies in Europe and Japan that trade with negative yields will cross the US$17 trillion ($23.5 trillion) mark, or f

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

Uber faces proposed 'IPO tax' in a San Francisco divided by inequity

SINGAPORE (Apr 29): Uber Technologies’ IPO, expected next month, will mean a massive payoff for many employees.

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Cash party almost over for unicorns such as Uber

SINGAPORE (Apr 22): Uber Technologies’ coming IPO is a moment to reflect on the oodles of investment cash that have resulted in a herd of “unicorns”, the awful but convenient shorthand for tech com

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ComfortDelGro and Uber part ways; Lion City acquisition terminated

SINGAPORE (May 25): ComfortDelGro and Uber Technologies have agreed to dissolve the strategic agreement that they entered into last December.

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Indonesia says Go-Jek, Grab need to register as transport businesses

JAKARTA (April 2): Ride-hailing companies Go-Jek and Grab must register in Indonesia as transport companies within two months to ensure they meet safety requiremen

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