Japanese tech investor SoftBank hit by huge quarterly loss

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Company run by Masayoshi Son sees valuations of US firms WeWork and Uber plunge SoftBank Group, the Japanese tech investor, has slumped to a huge quarterly loss after thevaluations of US companies WeWork and Uber plunged. The company, run by billionaire investor Masayoshi Son , made an operating loss of 704bn yen (£5bn) in the three months to the end of September, in results published on Wednesd

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