SoftBank picks Nomura, Goldman, three others to lead mobile unit’s IPO: source

Bloomberg News reported Friday that the Japanese investment and technology firm aims to sell around 3 trillion yen ($27 billion) of shares, the biggest IPO ever, listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in …
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