SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son's surprise plan to remain firmly at the helm of the internet and telecoms giant for possibly 10 more years was warmly received on Wednesday, with investors unfazed by the loss of his high-profile heir apparent. ... New York Post, 1 month ago
SoftBank founder's plan to stay on cheered; loss of heir apparent shrugged off - Sharenet, 1 month ago
Investors cheer SoftBank founder's plan to stay on - Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
Nikesh Arora is stepping down as President and Chief Operating Officer of SoftBank Group (SBG) effective July 1, with founder Masayoshi Son deciding he wants to continue as Chief Executive for a few more years. Son, 58, had said in May last year ...Economic Times, 1 month ago SoftBank President Nikesh Arora Abruptly Departs Morningstar.com, 1 month ago SoftBank and Nikesh Arora to face SEC scrutiny: report Media Nama, 3 weeks ago Nikesh Arora resigns from SoftBank Techcircle.in, 1 month ago
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He will remain in an advisory role at SoftBank for a year. Japan-based SoftBank Group Corporation President Nikesh Arora on Tuesday announced his decision to step down from his position. Ken Miyauchi, the boss of SoftBank's Japanese telco ...Equilibrio Informativo, 3 weeks ago SoftBank began search for India head before Arora quit VC Circle, 1 month ago Nikesh Arora quits SoftBank over succession issues Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago Nikesh Arora steps down from SoftBank Group Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
By Alexander Martin, Sean McLain and Jonathan Cheng TOKYO -- Nikesh Arora abruptly departed SoftBank Group Corp., two years after he was wooed from Google Inc. and had emerged as the heir apparent at the Japanese internet and telecommunications ...4 Traders, 1 month ago SoftBank CEO to Keep the Reins -- WSJ Investors Hub, 1 month ago
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