SoftBank mobile business files for record £16bn float in Tokyo

SoftBank’s mobile business has filed for a 2.4tn yen (£16bn) float in Tokyo as the Japanese technology company seeks to transform itself from a legacy internet company to an investment giant. The floa…
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