TOKYO | SoftBank CEO decries journalist’s death, defends Saudi fund

TOKYO — SoftBank Group Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son … Speaking Monday at an earnings news conference, Son called the death an attack on “a precious life but also on journalism and the freedom …
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