Stocks Snap Winning Streak After Powell Warns Inflation Victory Not Assured

The S&P 500’s shot at its longest winning streak since 2004 appeared within grasp for much…

WSJ News Exclusive | A Possible Winner From WeWork’s Troubles? Adam Neumann

WeWork created a lot of financial losers. Adam Neumann wasn’t one of them.  The shared office space…

SoftBank Loses $6.2 Billion in Quarter as WeWork Weighs on Investments

TOKYO—SoftBank Group sank deeper into the red in the July-September period as it reported write-downs related…

WSJ News Exclusive | New Shein Executive Aims to Expand Supply Chain Outside China

The appointment of Marcelo Claure, a former SoftBank executive, comes as the fast-fashion retail giant aims…

SoftBank’s Son Says Artificial General Intelligence Will Soon Surpass Humans

“Take advantage of it or be left behind,” the CEO said at the investment company’s annual…

CEO of Naspers and Prosus Steps Down

South Africa’s most valuable listed company appoints former SoftBank executive as its interim chief.

Arm Shares Rise as Trading Begins in Biggest IPO of the Year

Shares of Arm rose in its highly anticipated stock-market debut Thursday, in a sign of the…

WSJ News Exclusive | Arm Set to Price IPO at $52 a Share

Price would modestly exceed expectations and value British chip designer at more than $55 billion.

Arm Targets More Than $52 Billion Valuation in Largest IPO of the Year

Apple, Intel and Nvidia are among the companies that plan to buy shares in the British…

The Disappointing Bet That Could Turn Into the Biggest IPO of the Year

Softbank’s lofty ambitions for chip maker Arm have fallen short. Now the market is about to…