SoftBank Seeks to Assuage Investors on Mobile Outage Before $23 Billion IPO

SoftBank shares fell as much as 3.3 percent in afternoon trading in Tokyo. The IPO is fully subscribed, but SoftBank and its bankers are taking extra precautions in order to make sure that investors w…
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