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Fri, Apr 19 2019

Uber lands $1 billion from SoftBank, Toyota for self-driving unit

SAN FRANCISCO, April 18 Uber's autonomous vehicle unit has raised $1 billion from a consortium of investors including SoftBank Group Corp, giving the company a much-needed funding boost for its pricey self-driving ambitions on the eve of its public stock offering.

RPT-INSIGHT-Inside SoftBank's push to rule the road

April 12 SoftBank Group Corp leader Masayoshi Son has much bigger ambitions for transportation than simply seeing his investment in Uber Technologies Inc turn into more than $13 billion when the company goes public next month.

RPT-UPDATE 1-SoftBank picking its battles with U.S. national security committee

SAN FRANCISCO, April 11 SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information, take a more passive role in startups and make other concessions to get government clearance for its technology deals in the United States.

Inside SoftBank's push to rule the road

SoftBank Group Corp leader Masayoshi Son has much bigger ambitions for transportation than simply seeing his investment in Uber Technologies Inc turn into more than $13 billion when the company goes public next month.

SoftBank picking its battles with U.S. national security committee

SAN FRANCISCO SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information, take a more passive role in startups and make other concessions to get government clearance for its technology deals in the United States.

SoftBank picking its battles with U.S. national security committee

SAN FRANCISCO SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information, take a more passive role in startups and make other concessions to get government clearance for its technology deals in the United States.

UPDATE 1-SoftBank picking its battles with U.S. national security committee

SAN FRANCISCO, April 11 SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information, take a more passive role in startups and make other concessions to get government clearance for its technology deals in the United States.

SoftBank picking its battles with U.S. national security committee

SAN FRANCISCO, April 11 SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information, take a more passive role in startups and make other concessions to get government clearance for its technology deals, as the Japanese investor confronts a new U.S. law aimed at cracking down on foreign investors.

Inside SoftBank's push to rule the road

SoftBank Group Corp leader Masayoshi Son has much bigger ambitions for transportation than simply seeing his investment in Uber Technologies Inc turn into more than $13 billion (£10 billion) when the company goes public next month.

Factbox: SoftBank's transportation bets

In addition investing more than $25 billion in Didi, Uber, Ola, Grab and Cruise, SoftBank Group Corp and its investment arms have poured another $5 billion into eight companies involved in some aspect of transportation.

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