SoftBank’s Arora Steps Down as Son Chooses to Stay in ChargeBy , , and
Company’s president departs after Supercell purchase closed
Some shareholders have questioned Arora’s track record
Nikesh Arora, the heir apparent at SoftBank Group Corp., will step down from the Japanese company in a surprise departure after founder Masayoshi Son made clear he wouldn’t get the top executive role in the near future.
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