Edition:
United Kingdom

Yahoo Japan Corp (4689.T)

4689.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

314JPY
12 Dec 2018
Change (% chg)

¥2 (+0.64%)
Prev Close
¥312
Open
¥314
Day's High
¥318
Day's Low
¥313
Volume
17,469,200
Avg. Vol
26,735,451
52-wk High
¥549
52-wk Low
¥301

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Bookoff Group Holdings says termination of capital alliance with Yahoo Japan
Monday, 12 Nov 2018 

Nov 12(Reuters) - Bookoff Group Holdings Ltd <9278.T>:Says it and unit announce termination of capital alliance with Yahoo Japan Corp <<<4689.T>>>.Says business alliance with Yahoo Japan will be continued.  Full Article

Yahoo Japan says Altaba to sell entire 26.8 pct stake in co
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2018 

Sept 11 (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan Corp <4689.T>:Says Altaba Inc will sell entire 26.8 percent stake in company .  Full Article

Apple Probed In Japan Over Anti-Competitive Behavior - Nikkei
Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018 

Aug 15 (Reuters) - Nikkei::JAPAN IS INVESTIGATING ALLEGATIONS THAT PRESSURE FROM APPLE FORCED YAHOO JAPAN TO PULL BACK FROM GAME PLATFORM THAT COMPETES WITH APP STORE - NIKKEI.  Full Article

Yahoo Japan completes repurchase of 10.7 pct stake for 220 bln yen
Friday, 10 Aug 2018 

Aug 10 (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan Corp <4689.T>:Says it completed repurchase of 611.1 million shares of its common stock, representing 10.7 percent of outstanding, for 220 billion yen, from July 11 to Aug. 9 .  Full Article

Yahoo Japan and unit to invest 20 bln yen to set up investment association
Friday, 27 Jul 2018 

July 27(Reuters) - Yahoo Japan Corp <4689.T>:Says it and wholly owned unit will invest 20 billion yen to set up an investment association, in early September .  Full Article

Yahoo Japan says merger with unit Wordleaf
Friday, 13 Jul 2018 

July 13 (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan Corp <4689.T> ::Says it plans to merge with its wholly owned subsidiary Wordleaf Corp, which is mainly engaged in Internet media business, effective on Oct. 1.Says the unit Wordleaf will be dissolved after merger .  Full Article

Yahoo Japan to acquire 29.6 pct voting power in dely for 9.31 bln yen
Wednesday, 11 Jul 2018 

July 11(Reuters) - Yahoo Japan Corp <4689.T>:Says it plans to acquire 29.6 percent voting power in dely, Inc. for 9.31 billion yen .Says it will increase voting power in dely, Inc. to 45.6 percent after the acquisition .Transaction date on July 18 .  Full Article

Altaba Announces Agreement To Sell Up To 613.9 Mln Shares Of Yahoo Japan Corporation To Softbank For JPY 360 Per Share In Cash
Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018 

July 9 (Reuters) - Altaba Inc ::PRESS RELEASE - ALTABA ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT TO SELL UP TO 613,888,888 SHARES OF YAHOO JAPAN CORPORATION TO SOFTBANK CORP. FOR JPY 360 PER SHARE IN CASH.ALTABA AND SOFTBANK TERMINATE JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT RELATING TO YAHOO JAPAN.IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH JAPANESE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS, TRANSACTION IS BEING STRUCTURED AS A TENDER OFFER BY SOFTBANK CORP.SOFTBANK CORP WILL TENDER FOR 613.9 MILLION YAHOO JAPAN SHARES, OR EQUIVALENT OF US$ 2 BILLION AT TENDER OFFER PRICE.IN CONNECTION WITH TERMINATION OF JV AGREEMENT, ARTHUR CHONG AND ALEXI WELLMAN RESIGNED FROM BOARD OF YAHOO JAPAN CORPORATION.  Full Article

Yahoo Japan says considering conducting stock buyback
Monday, 9 Jul 2018 

July 9 (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan <4689.T>::Yahoo Japan says considering conducting stock buyback, no decision made.Nikkei Business Online reports earlier Yahoo Japan considering 200 billion yen ($1.8 billion) stock buyback .Nikkei Business Online says Yahoo Japan to buy back shares from U.S. investment company Altaba <<>>.Yahoo Japan says Nikkei Business Online report not based on company announcement.  Full Article

Yahoo Japan to establish securities investment fund by subsidiary
Friday, 27 Apr 2018 

April 27 (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan Corp <4689.T>:Says it has resolved to invest in Z Fund No. 1 Investment Limited Partnership to be established by the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Z Corporation Incorporated, with total amount of capital commitment of 8.1 billion yen .Effective late May .  Full Article

Photo

Losses at Naspers' e-commerce unit narrow but Tencent still dominates

JOHANNESBURG South African internet giant Naspers reported a sharp narrowing of losses at its e-commerce unit on Friday, boosting chief executive Bob van Dijk's efforts to cut the company's dependence on its Chinese money spinner Tencent .