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SoftBank looks to sell its stake in T-Mobile U.S as annual operating loss expands to £10.42 billion
18th May
  • SoftBank in talks with Deutsche Telekom to sell down its stake in T-Mobile U.S.
  • The Japanese conglomerate reports £10.42 billion in annual operating loss.
  • The founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, resigns from SoftBank's board on Monday.

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