SoftBank Group Corp. is prepared to spend a record $4.4 billion buying back stock after the Japanese wireless carrier saw its shares drop to their lowest since buying Overland Park-based Sprint Corp. in 2013.
SoftBank Group Corp. is prepared to spend a record $4.4 billion buying back stock after the Japanese wireless carrier saw its shares drop to their lowest since buying Overland Park-based Sprint Corp. in 2013. File photo by Kiyoshi Ota Bloomberg
SoftBank Group Corp. is prepared to spend a record $4.4 billion buying back stock after the Japanese wireless carrier saw its shares drop to their lowest since buying Overland Park-based Sprint Corp. in 2013. File photo by Kiyoshi Ota Bloomberg

Sprint’s owner, Softbank Group, plans record stock buyback

February 15, 2016 9:54 PM

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