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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.664.998 von teecee1 am 09.01.18 18:52:30UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE CORRUPTION
Washington, D.C. 20549



(3) Such figure reflects 297,748,680 and 300,868,449 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Galaxy Shares") as of January 8 and January 9, 2018, respectively, that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Galaxy and 3,076,525,523 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Starburst I Shares") as of each such date that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Starburst I, Inc. ("Starburst I"), which is a U.S. wholly owned subsidiary of SoftBank. As a result of such ownership, SoftBank may be deemed to beneficially own the Galaxy Shares and the Starburst I Shares. Starburst I expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Galaxy Shares and Galaxy expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Starburst I Shares.

http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FilingID=124…


4,001,751,366

Starburst I, Inc. 3,131,105,447
"Galaxy Shares" + 300,868,449
Softbank Shares 3,431,973,896
=====================

85,76%

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SOFTBANK GROUP CORP
1-9-1, HIGASHI-SHIMBASHI
MINATO-KU TOKYO, M0 105-7303
X
Galaxy Investment Holdings, Inc.
ONE CIRCLE STAR WAY
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070

X
Starburst I, Inc.
ONE CIRCLE STAR WAY
SAN CARLOS, CA 94070

X


Signatures
/s/ Kentaro Matsui, Attorney-in-Fact 1/10/2018
** Signature of Reporting Person Date


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How AT&T Gained a Foothold in Its DOJ Lawsuit

Rachel Gunter
Market Realist
January 11, 2018

How AT&T Gained a Foothold in Its DOJ Lawsuit


The DOJ wanted a later trial date

In its legal proceedings with the US (SPY) Department of Justice (or DOJ) over the proposal to acquire Time Warner (TWX), AT&T (T) has already scored a small victory: a seemingly favorable start date for the trial of the antitrust case. Soon after the DOJ sued to block the merger deal, AT&T responded by amending its agreement with Time Warner to extend the deadline to April 22, 2018. The DOJ wanted the trial of its antitrust lawsuit against AT&T to begin on May 7, 2018, outside the merger parties’ deal deadline. ...

http://marketrealist.com/2018/01/att-scored-early-victory-do…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.642.087 von teecee1 am 07.01.18 15:20:12Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda must stay to handle easing fallout, opposition head says
by Isabel Reynolds and Emi Nobuhiro
Bloomberg Jan 10, 2018


Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda should stay on for a second term to handle the potential fallout from five years of unprecedented monetary easing, according to the leader of an opposition party and former official at the central bank.

“I think he should stay on, but not in a positive way,” Kohei Otsuka, 58, said in an interview Wednesday at his Democratic Party’s offices in Tokyo. “He hasn’t reached his targets and he risks a legacy of even more serious problems, so he should take responsibility for clearing things up.” ...

Winding back the massive easing will be difficult. A relatively minor change to BOJ bond purchases on Tuesday prompted a rise in the yen — a reaction that Otsuka said illustrates “nervousness and instability” in the markets. The politician, who dealt directly with the aftermath of Japan’s 1980s bubble as a central bank official, said a change of personnel would be an additional risk at a difficult moment.

“If they are too proactive in seeking an exit, the possibility of causing a crash becomes higher,” Otsuka said. “Or they could freeze in the face of this situation and do nothing.” ...

... and any fall in markets might have an even worse impact than the 1990s hangover from the last bubble. ...

“In the past five years, ordinary people have gotten poorer,” he said. “If there is a recession, companies will cut pay and so those people who have gotten poorer over the past five years will struggle even more in their everyday lives.”

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/01/10/business/bank-j…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.689.322 von teecee1 am 11.01.18 18:37:26UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE CORRUPTION COMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549


(3) Such figure reflects 303,988,218 and 307,107,987 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Galaxy Shares") as of January 10 and January 11, 2018, respectively, that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Galaxy and 3,076,525,523 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Starburst I Shares") as of each such date that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Starburst I, Inc. ("Starburst I"), which is a U.S. wholly owned subsidiary of SoftBank. As a result of such ownership, SoftBank may be deemed to beneficially own the Galaxy Shares and the Starburst I Shares. Starburst I expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Galaxy Shares and Galaxy expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Starburst I Shares.

http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FilingID=124…


4,001,751,366

Starburst I, Inc. 3,131,105,447
"Galaxy Shares" + 307,107,987
Softbank Shares 3,438,213,434
=====================

85,92%

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... :look: ... sind das seine Socken oder schon die Unterhosen die er anbietet ??? ... Die Ebbe kommt bald ...


15.01.2018
Masayoshi Son prüft Börsengang der Mobilfunktochter
Möglicher 15-Milliarden-IPO beflügelt Softbank-Aktie


...:rolleyes: ... so merkwürdig glatt im Gesicht ... ist das künstlich ... ??? ... ääähhh ... K Impotenz ... statt Intelligenz ...

Der japanische Technologiekonzern Softbank Börsen-Chart zeigen erwägt einen Börsengang seiner Mobilfunktochter. Dies sei eine der möglichen Optionen, eine Entscheidung gebe es noch nicht, teilte der Konzern am Montag mit und bestätigte damit teilweise einen Bericht der japanischen Wirtschaftszeitung "Nikkei". Dem Blatt zufolge könnte das Listing rund zwei Billionen Yen (15 Mrd Euro) hereinholen. Das wäre einer der größten Börsengänge in Japans Unternehmensgeschichte.

Laut Zeitung plant Softbank die Notierung seiner Telekomtochter für den ...

http://www.manager-magazin.de/unternehmen/it/softbank-gewinn…

... :look: ... in AU ca. 425t ... o. AG ... ein nettes Taschen-Geld ... damit reis ich um die Welt ... K.G.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.728.722 von teecee1 am 16.01.18 12:22:49SoftBank boosts Sprint stake again, to 84.7% ownership
Jan. 16, 2018 6:11 PM ET|About: Sprint Corporation (S)|By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor

* More purchases of Sprint (NYSE:S) stock by parent SoftBank (OTCPK:SFTBY) have brought its ownership to the brink of its intended limit.

* Since Nov. 6, SoftBank has bought more than 70.84M shares for $423.35M; that brings its stake in Sprint to 84.7%.

* That's just shy of an 85% limit that would result in Sprint's delisting, and SoftBank has said it doesn't intend to raise its ownership past that threshold.

* The conglomerate is also sitting on 54.58M shares of options that it can exercise until July 10.

* Sprint fell 1.6% during the market session today to land at $5.60; shares are up 0.4% after hours. SoftBank ADRs gained 4.2% today.

https://seekingalpha.com/news/3323100-softbank-boosts-sprint…


4,001,751,366

3,076,525,523
+ 54,580,000

Starburst I, Inc. 3,131,105,447
"Galaxy Shares" + 307,107,987
Softbank Shares 3,438,213,434
=====================

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Sprint Corp.'s headquarters campus is in Overland Park.

Andrew Grumke | KCBJ

By Elise Reuter – Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal
Jan 16, 2018, 2:56pm CST Updated in 5 hours


SoftBank Group Corp.’s recent purchases of Sprint Corp. stock are nearing half a billion dollars.

Sprint’s primary owner began gobbling up shares after Nov. 6, when it stated that it would invest more in the company as Sprint (NYSE: S) and T-Mobile US Inc. formally ended merger talks.


Since then, Japan-based SoftBank has bought up more than 72.9 million shares of Sprint, for a total of $425.82 million. The purchases boosted SoftBank’s stake in the company to 84.7 percent; SoftBank has stated that it does not intend to raise its ownership beyond 85 percent to avoid the stock being delisted.

In January alone, SoftBank has bought just more than 21 million shares, with the most recent purchase on Jan. 11. All of the stock purchases were valued between $5.61 and $5.95 and were conducted through SoftBank subsidiary Galaxy Investment Holdings Inc. Sprint stock was valued at $5.71 at market open Tuesday.

SoftBank also holds 54.58 million shares of Sprint stock options that it may exercise until July 10.

SOFTBANK STOCK PURCHASES

SoftBank began buying more Sprint Corp. stock in ...

https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2018/01/16/softb…

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... :rolleyes: ... das hatte Gonsegwenzen ...


January 17, 2018 / 7:31 PM / in 6 hours
BRIEF-Sprint Says ‍Appointed Michel Combes As New Director - SEC Filing

Jan 17 (Reuters) - Sprint Corp:

* SPRINT - ‍APPOINTED CFO MICHEL COMBES AS A NEW DIRECTOR - SEC FILING​
Source text: (bit.ly/2BbFLWO) Further company coverage:

http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FilingID=124…


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(3) Such figure reflects 310,227,756 and 313,257,077 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Galaxy Shares") as of January 12 and January 16, 2018, respectively, that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Galaxy and 3,076,525,523 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Starburst I Shares") as of each such date that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Starburst I, Inc. ("Starburst I"), which is a U.S. wholly owned subsidiary of SoftBank. As a result of such ownership, SoftBank may be deemed to beneficially own the Galaxy Shares and the Starburst I Shares. Starburst I expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Galaxy Shares and Galaxy expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Starburst I Shares.

4,001,751,366

3,076,525,523
+ 313,257,077
3,389,782,600
===========

84.7%

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Japanese Public Broadcaster NHK Issues False Alarm Over North Korean Missile Launch
by Tyler Durden
Tue, 01/16/2018 - 06:02


It's deja vu, all over again.

Just four days after residents of Hawaii lived through 38 minutes of doomsday hell, after a false public broadcast alarm announced that a ballistic missile launch was headed for the island, only to reverse and announce later it was a mistake, moments ago Japan's National broadcaster NHK’s app issued a false J-Alert to phones over a North Korean missile launch at 6:55 p.m. Tuesday evening local time.

The message, received by phone users with the NHK app installed on their devices, read: "NHK news alert. North Korea likely to have launched missile. The government J alert: evacuate inside the building or underground. "

#BREAKING: Japan's national broadcaster NHK just sent a text alert reporting that North Korea launched another missile ... and then corrected itself pic.twitter.com/5Cyreba8rg
— Amichai Stein (@AmichaiStein1) January 16, 2018

NHK accidentally sends missile alert, similar to that of Hawaii from a couple days ago... uhhhh.... pic.twitter.com/fThV3Ed5en
— Shoko Oda (@shoko_oda) January 16, 2018


It then promptly corrected the error just 5 minutes later, at around 7 p.m.

After the false alert, NHK issued an on-air apology on Tuesday evening local time, saying "the news alert sent earlier about NK missile was a mistake. No government J alert was issued."

"Around 6:55pm earlier we reported on the NHK's news site and NHK's news disaster ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-16/japanese-public-br…


... :rolleyes: ... das hat eingeschlagen wie eine SAMURAI ...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.728.722 von teecee1 am 16.01.18 12:22:49SoftBank telecoms IPO faces headwinds from govt.-backed upstarts
Sam Nussey, Yoshiyasu Shida

TOKYO (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp’s (9984.T) expected spin-off of its Japanese telecoms business will lure investors seeking exposure to a solid tech name, but the prospect of tougher competition in a mature industry may turn off those chasing higher returns. ...

While it could provide founder Masayoshi Son’s global investment juggernaut with a cash boost, the domestic phone business is facing a concerted attempt by regulators to drive down telco fees and promote new entrants, threatening to crimp profits.

FROM UPSTART TO INCUMBENT

SoftBank no longer attracts the sympathy of regulators as the young upstart that broke up the telecoms duopoly of NTT DoCoMo Inc (9437.T) and KDDI Corp 4433.T with lower prices and an initial, exclusive deal to carry Apple Inc’s (AAPL.O) iPhone.

“The big three wireless firms are earning too much. We want to create a fourth pole,” a senior Japanese telecommunications ministry official said on condition of anonymity last month.

Japanese regulators are backing new telecoms entrants such as Rakuten Inc (4755.T), an e-commerce, streaming and fintech firm that now aims to become the country’s fourth major wireless carrier.

Other government measures to promote competition include ...

HUNT FOR CASH

SoftBank has long relied on its domestic telecoms business, which makes up a third of overall sales but two-thirds of profits, as a stable source of cash that can be diverted to its growing number of investments around the world.

A listing would mean a significant cash injection for group CEO Masayoshi Son’s vision of a future driven by artificial intelligence, robotics and interconnected devices.

It would also ease the group’s financial burden following its investments in tech firms such as Uber and the collapse of talks to merge U.S. wireless unit Sprint Corp (S.N) with T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O).

SoftBank’s domestic investment needs also are mounting as it looks to the start of 5G services in the mature Japanese market, a senior SoftBank executive said last May.

“There are concerns over whether we will be able to continue to invest as we have up until now,” the executive said at the time.

SoftBank previously raised funds through the reluctant sale of part of its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N), and by bringing in outside investors such as Saudi Arabia to set up the $93 billion Vision Fund, the world’s largest private equity fund.

Regardless of SoftBank’s motives, an IPO would create a ...

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-softbank-ipo-telecoms/sof…


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... :rolleyes: ... eines Tages werden wir diese Spackofone nicht mehr brauchen ... :yawn: ...



“Unkontrolliertes Experiment”: ÄrztInnen für Umweltschutz kritisieren Einführung von 5G-Technologie
16. Januar 2018

Schon ab 2020 soll die nächste Mobilfunkgeneration 5G anrollen und den heutigen 4G-Standard ablösen. Versprochen wird ultraschnelle Datenübertragung. Doch Ärzte warnen vor immensen Gesundheitsrisiken. Weltweit bereiten sich Telekomfirmen und Länder vor auf den neuen Mobilfunkstandard 5G. Die Hoffnung: 50 bis 100 Milliarden Geräte auf dem ganzen Planeten sollen digital erreichbar sein und verknüpft werden über […]

Mehr lesen auf https://www.pravda-tv.com/page/3/#7PJT5tVyc56D3E5P.99
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.770.881 von teecee1 am 19.01.18 17:19:29SoftBank telecom spin-off faces tougher environment
Jan. 19, 2018 1:29 PM ET|By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor

* SoftBank (OTCPK:SFTBY) shares rose in Tokyo early this week on expectations that it would spin off its telecoms business, but the unit itself faces a tougher road that could crimp its returns.

* Listing 30% of its SoftBank Corp. (the No. 3 wireless carrier in Japan) for ¥2T would mark the biggest Japanese IPO in nearly two decades.

* But investors in the spin-off face a difficult environment as Japanese regulators work to promote competition and drive down fees.

* Once an upstart that broke a duopoly of NTT DoCoMo (NYSE: DCM) and KDDI (OTCPK:KDDIY), SoftBank is now a giant in tech investing that is likely to attract less sympathy from regulators that are now welcoming new entrants like Rakuten.

* The domestic telecom business has been a stable cash source for SoftBank, and ...

https://seekingalpha.com/news/3323930-softbank-telecom-spin-…

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Acquired, Disposed of, 1,011,959

(3) Such figure reflects 314,269,036 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Galaxy Shares") as of January 17, 2018 that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Galaxy and 3,076,525,523 shares of Sprint Common Stock (the "Starburst I Shares") as of each such date that are owned indirectly by SoftBank through Starburst I, Inc. ("Starburst I"), which is a U.S. wholly owned subsidiary of SoftBank. As a result of such ownership, SoftBank may be deemed to beneficially own the Galaxy Shares and the Starburst I Shares. Starburst I expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Galaxy Shares and Galaxy expressly disclaims beneficial ownership with respect to the Starburst I Shares.

http://secfilings.nasdaq.com/filingFrameset.asp?FilingID=124…

4,001,751,366

3,076,525,523
+ 54,580,000


Starburst I, Inc. 3,076,525,523
"Galaxy Shares" + 314,269,036
Softbank Shares 3,390,794,559
=====================

84.73%
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.778.312 von teecee1 am 20.01.18 19:46:46 ... :rolleyes: ... ohne genauen Rechenweg(Angaben) gibt es kein richtiges Ergebnis ... was zu beweisen wäre ...


SoftBank hits its wall on boosted Sprint stake

Jan. 22, 2018 5:27 PM ET | About: Sprint Corporation (S) | By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor

* After it amped up its ownership of Sprint (NYSE:S) following a failed U.S. wireless merger with T-Mobile, SoftBank (OTCPK:SFTBY) has arrived at its self-imposed limit.

* As of Wednesday, SoftBank held 84.94% of Sprint vs. an 85% threshold that would require it to buy the remainder of Sprint's outstanding shares.

*At that time, that left about 1.74M shares that it could buy, after SoftBank had bought 7.61M shares over the previous five days. At Wednesday's close of $5.49, that's less than a $10M purchase available to the Japanese conglomerate under its plans.

* All told, SoftBank has bought 80.1M shares since Nov. 6, for about $466.3M, and it says it will not cross the 85% that would force a buyout.

* Sprint shares fell 2.7% today to land at $5.32; OTCPK:SFTBY rose 0.8%.

https://seekingalpha.com/news/3324316-softbank-hits-wall-boo…


... :rolleyes: ... ~9M shares difference ... von aktionären ceo, cfo, coo ...


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Echte Menschen beraten besser: Schottischer Verkäufer-Roboter gefeuert
22.01.2018 • 18:58 Uhr

Ein Roboter des Typs Pepper, der in einem schottischen Supermarkt Kunden helfen sollte, ist nach nur einer Woche gefeuert worden. Der Grund dafür sei seine Inkompetenz gewesen.

Zu den Aufgaben des von dem japanischen Unternehmen Softbank entwickelten Roboters Fabio gehörten die Auskunftserteilung, die Bewerbung von Produkten und Hilfe bei deren Suche. Die Besitzer des Supermarktes gaben zu, dass der Roboter am ersten Arbeitstag die Herzen der Kunden mit Scherzen eroberte. Seinen direkten Aufgaben sei er aber nicht gewachsen gewesen. Auf die Bitten der Kunden, bestimmte Waren ausfindig zu machen, gab Fabio vage Antworten statt präziser Informationen. Außerdem sei es dem Roboter nicht immer gelungen, die Worte der Besucher zu erkennen. Als die Kunden anfingen, den neuen Mitarbeiter zu meiden, beschlossen die Besitzer, den Roboter zu feuern.

https://deutsch.rt.com/newsticker/63990-immer-noch-menschen-…

... :rolleyes: ... Verklag den Penner auf 10.000,- Schadensersatz ... Sammelklage ...
... :keks: ...


Japanese bond investors ponder a future SoftBank without Masayoshi Son

by Takashi Nakamichi
Bloomberg Jun 15, 2018


Masayoshi Son is fond of talking about his 300-year vision for SoftBank Group Corp., but some Japanese bond investors are already pondering an earlier event — what will the technology giant be like without its founder?

Son, 60, hasn’t named his successor at the company he founded in 1981 as a software distributor. While there’s no indication that he intends to step down from his role as chief executive officer anytime soon, his stated intention to retire in his 60s put the matter in focus when SoftBank sold six-year yen bonds this month.

While bond buyers have at times bemoaned Son’s willingness to take on massive debt to fund acquisitions, they are growing increasingly concerned about how his eventual successor will manage the company’s expanding investments.

Son repeated his retirement plan at an earnings briefing in February, though he added he will be involved with the company for the rest of his life. The succession plans are only part of what worries local institutional investors, with the carrier’s move to become the manager of the world’s largest technology investment pool also raising concerns about SoftBank’s focus.

“Son has brought SoftBank to where it is today through his superb judgment and sense of balance on investments,” said Takahiro Oashi, senior fund manager of Asahi Life Asset Management. “It may stumble without his leadership.”

SoftBank spokesmen didn’t reply to several requests for comment by phone and email.

The possibility that Son could pull back from leading SoftBank was cited by several yen investors as a risk when the company sold currency notes earlier this month. The firm has had no trouble paying its debt or selling bonds to Japanese individual investors, but demand for its yen offering to institutions this month was weak.

SoftBank’s net debt has swelled more than six times to ¥13.7 trillion ($125 billion) in the past five years, according to Bloomberg-compiled data. The company sold a ¥410 billion bond earlier this month to individuals, while a ¥40 billion note offered to professional buyers garnered orders only totaling 1.2 times the issuance size, according to the deal underwriter.

More than 90 percent, or ¥3.63 trillion, of SoftBank’s outstanding yen bonds are retail securities that target individuals, including a ¥400 billion note that matures on June 20. Son has often claimed that SoftBank’s true debt load should be seen as negligible because of its huge unrealized gains in investments including in China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Those gains totaled ¥17.9 trillion as of June 14, according to SoftBank’s website.

“No one knows whether the company will stay the course or start to move in a completely different direction in case Son retires,” said ...

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/06/15/business/corpor…


... :rolleyes: ... da stellt sich die Frage: Wieviele Unternehmen haben mit Aktien-Betrug, etc. etc. bei Firmenübernahmen begangen ???


... Deutsche Telekom: US -TMobile - Sprint Fusion ??? ... mit Geldern von der Regierung also Steuergelder ... von der Bevölkerung ...


Straftaten:

1.) Erpressung: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erpressung
2.) Bestechung: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bestechung
3.) Betrug - gemeinschaftlicher Betrug: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betrug_(Deutschland)
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