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Mon, May 23 2016

BRIEF-Tencent in talks with Softbank for majority stake in 'Clash of Clans' maker Supercell - WSJ

* Tencent in talks with Softbank for majority stake in 'Clash of Clans' maker Supercell - WSJ, citing sources

BRIEF-Alibaba Group and Softbank form joint venture to launch cloud computing services in Japan

* Alibaba group and Softbank form joint venture to launch cloud computing services in japan

SoftBank books 8.8 percent FY profit rise after cost-cuts at Sprint unit

TOKYO Japan's SoftBank Group Corp on Tuesday said operating profit rose 8.8 percent in the just-ended business year, a tad short of analyst estimates, pushed up by robust domestic operations and cost cuts at U.S. subsidiary Sprint Corp .

UPDATE 1-SoftBank books 8.8 pct FY profit rise after cost-cuts at Sprint unit

* Hopes new iPhone will stimulate Japan demand (Adds CEO comments, Sprint details, context)

Japan's SoftBank reports 8.8 pct rise in full-year profit, skips forecast

TOKYO, May 10 Japan's SoftBank Group Corp on Tuesday said operating profit rose 8.8 percent in the fiscal year ended March 31, due to robust domestic operations and cost cuts at U.S. subsidiary Sprint Corp.

BRIEF-Softbank invested $250 mln in WME-IMG valuing company at $5.5 bln - FT

* Softbank has invested $250 mln in WME-IMG in a deal that values the entertainment, sports and fashion company at $5.5 bln - FT Source text - (http://on.ft.com/21H8xoq) Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom)

BRIEF-Father of Softbank Group's Pepper humanoid robot forms new co - Nikkei

* Father of Softbank Group's Pepper humanoid robot has formed a co that aims to bring so-called companion robot to market in 2019 - Nikkei

SoftBank announces reorganization to boost investor confidence

Japan's Softbank Group Corp plans to separate its domestic and overseas businesses and give them their own chief executives in its latest move to bolster shareholder value after a record $4.4 billion share buyback plan a month ago.

UPDATE 1-SoftBank announces reorganisation to boost investor confidence

March 7 Japan's Softbank Group Corp plans to separate its domestic and overseas businesses and give them their own chief executives in its latest move to bolster shareholder value after a record $4.4 billion share buyback plan a month ago.

SoftBank to separate Japan business from overseas operations

March 7 Japanese telecoms conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp said it would separate its domestic business from overseas operations to better manage its mobile and broadband investments across the world.

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