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SoftBank's Yahoo Japan to merge with Line app operator

softbank's yahoo japan to merge with line app operator
Tokyo (AFP) Nov 18, 2019 Japan's Softbank said Monday it will merge its Z Holdings unit - formerly called Yahoo Japan - with popular chat app Line in a multibillion-dollar deal it hopes will help it..
Energy Daily - Published Also reported by •Reuters IndiaReuters

Yahoo Japan, Line synergy via merger

The planned merger between Yahoo Japan and messaging app Line is a strategic move by a multinational conglomerate holding company to explore business synergy with a super app seeking opportunities,..
Bangkok Post - Published Also reported by •BBC News

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SoftBank to create $30 billion tech giant [Video]SoftBank to create $30 billion tech giant

Japan’s SoftBank Corp plans to merge internet unit Yahoo Japan with messaging app operator Line Corp to create a $30 billion tech giant, as it bags struggling internet companies to bulk up against..

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SoftBank's Yahoo Japan in merger talks with Line [Video]SoftBank's Yahoo Japan in merger talks with Line

SoftBank's Yahoo Japan is in talks to merge with messaging app operator Line Corp to create a $27 billion tech giant. David Pollard reports.

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SoftBank to combine Yahoo Japan, Line to create Google rival

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SoftBank to create $30 billion tech giant via Yahoo Japan, Line Corp deal

SoftBank Corp plans to merge internet subsidiary Yahoo Japan with messaging app operator Line Corp to create a $30 billion tech group, as it strives to compete more effectively with local rival Rakuten..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Yahoo Japan, Line to merge business to form online giant

TOKYO (AP) — Online services Yahoo Japan and Line Corp. have announced they are merging. Z Holdings Corp., which owns SoftBank Corp. that operates Yahoo Japan, and Naver Corp. of South Korea,..
SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •HinduJapan TodayWorldNewsSeattle Times

10 things in tech you need to know today

10 things in tech you need to know today
Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. *Apple banned all vaping apps from the App Store.* The firm banned all 181 vaping-related apps from the App Store amidst growing..
Business Insider - Published

Making a tech giant: Softbank's Yahoo Japan and Line to merge

Softbank signed an agreement with South Korea's Naver Corp, owner of messaging app Line, to merge it with Yahoo Japan.
Al Jazeera - Published

Yahoo Japan and Line Corp confirm merger agreement

SoftBank Corp announced today that it has reached an agreement to merge with Z Holdings (the SoftBank subsidiary formerly known as Yahoo Japan) and Line Corp, in a move they hope will better position..
TechCrunch - Published

SoftBank signs $30bn deal between Yahoo Japan and Line

Tie-up aimed at creating a south-east Asia powerhouse in data and AI
FT.com - Published

SoftBank's Yahoo Japan, Line Corp announce merger

Japanese telco SoftBank Corp on Monday announced plans to merge its internet unit Yahoo Japan with messaging app operator Line Corp as it scoops up troubled internet companies to bulk up against rivals..
Reuters - Published

Why Line Stock Popped 26% on Wednesday

The messaging app is in talks to potentially merge with Yahoo! Japan.
Motley Fool - Published

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