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SoftBank likely had the Vision Fund on its mind when it decided to rescue WeWork

Business Insider Wednesday, 23 October 2019 ()
SoftBank likely had the Vision Fund on its mind when it decided to rescue WeWork· In deciding to rescue WeWork, SoftBank likely was motivated by more than just the coworking company's potential, business experts told Business Insider.
· The Japanese conglomerate was almost certainly also trying to defend its $100 billion Vision Fund — and better its chances to attract investors to its second Vision...
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