Thursday September 24, 2020

Having a Nasdaq whale of a time: Softbank founder Masayoshi Son profiled

His Softbank Group’s $18.5 billion investment in WeWork was not a success, but trusting his gut feeling for sometimes risky deals has made Masayoshi Son the second richest man in Japan

13th September, 2020

In brief:

Name: Masayoshi Son

Age: 63

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