Masa Son: I'm Voluntarily Investing $50 Billion In U.S. Because I'm Impressed By Trump's "Passion," "Energy"
Japanese business magnate and SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son joined President Trump on Thursday for the groundbreaking of a new Foxconn factory in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin. He has promised to invest ...
Masa Son: I'm Voluntarily Investing $50 Billion In U.S. Because I'm Impressed By Trump's "Passion," "Energy"
Japanese business magnate and SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son joined President Trump on Thursday for the groundbreaking of a new Foxconn factory in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin. He has promised to invest ...
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