Last $65.00 USD
Change Today +0.60 / 0.93%
Volume 14.4K
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softbank corp (SFTBF) Snapshot

Open
$64.93
Previous Close
$64.40
Day High
$65.40
Day Low
$61.08
52 Week High
12/27/13 - $88.34
52 Week Low
10/17/14 - $61.08
Market Cap
78.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
55.1K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
1.2B
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
$39.51
Dividend Yield
0.58%
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softbank corp (SFTBF) Details

SoftBank Corp. operates in the information industry in Japan. It operates through four segments: Mobile Communications, Sprint, Fixed-line Telecommunications, and Internet. The Mobile Communications segment provides mobile communications services; produces and distributes online games for smartphones and other devices; offers mobile broadband services; provides supply chain solutions, handset protection and insurance, buy-back and trade-in services, omnichannel solutions, and financial services; and sells mobile devices, such as iPhones, iPads, and SoftBank smartphones. The Sprint segment offers mobile and fixed-line voice and data transmission services for individual consumers, businesses, government subscribers, and resellers in Puerto Rico and the U.S., as well as sells mobile devices and accessories. The Fixed-line Telecommunications segment telecom services, such as fixed-line telephone and data communications services to corporate customers; and broadband services to individual customers. The Internet segment is engaged in the operation of the Yahoo! JAPAN portal; sale of Internet advertising; operation of e-commerce sites; provision of membership services; sale and marketing of data centers; provision of online automobile-related information; and operation of Internet affiliate system. The company also generates and sells electricity from renewable energy sources; provides payment processing, invoice collections, and computation services for businesses; distributes video, voice, and data content via media; operates IT information site ITmedia; provides solutions and services for online businesses; and operates online games and software downloads. In addition, it is involved in the ownership of professional baseball team; operation of baseball games; management and maintenance of baseball stadium and other sports facilities; and procurement of funds by issuing preferred securities. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

70,336 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/24/14
Founded in 1981

softbank corp (SFTBF) Top Compensated Officers

Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: ¥130.0M
Senior Executive Vice President, Representati...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥130.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

softbank corp (SFTBF) Key Developments

SoftBank To Reportedly Invest In Snapdeal

Snapdeal.com (Jasper Infotech Private Limited) is about to raise around $600 million from SoftBank Corp. (TSE:9984) and other investors, three people with knowledge of the discussions said. SoftBank will take a 40% stake in Snapdeal, one of the persons said. Nikesh Arora, Chief Executive Officer of SoftBank’s Internet and media unit, may also make a personal investment in Snapdeal, the people said. The investment is likely to be announced within the next two weeks, the people said.

SoftBank Corp and Legendary Entertainment to Form Strategic Partnership

SoftBank Corp. and Legendary Entertainment announced a definitive agreement under which SoftBank will invest $250 million in Legendary. The two companies will also form a joint venture to exploit Legendary's intellectual property rights, including in television, digital, licensing and merchandising and other ancillary lines, across various "over-the-top"/mobile platforms with a particular focus on the burgeoning China and India markets.

Talks Stall on SoftBank's Acquisition of DreamWorks Animation

SoftBank Corp.'s (TSE:9984) talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. (NasdaqGS:DWA) have cooled, a SoftBank source and banking sources in Japan said. A SoftBank source said talks had taken place with DreamWorks Animation but they did not appear to be going anywhere. Two bankers at separate institutions in Japan said SoftBank's interest had cooled even before media reports emerged over the weekend about the discussions, with one citing price as a dissuading factor. "Their interest briefly picked up, but the price being what it was, it has now cooled," one of the sources said. The Wall Street Journal reported that SoftBank's talks had cooled but that it was possible talks could restart, with the two sides striking a deal other than an outright takeover, possibly some kind of content partnership.

 

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Valuation SFTBF Industry Range
Price/Earnings 21.5x
Price/Sales 1.0x
Price/Book 4.0x
Price/Cash Flow 21.7x
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