Unwilling to Wait for Son, Arora Quits SoftBank With No PlanBy and
Arora to continue relationship with Son despite disappointment
Preparations for annual meeting prompted handover discussion
The decision by Nikesh Arora to leave SoftBank Group Corp. began last month during a conversation with founder Masayoshi Son. The two men were in California, preparing for the company’s annual general meeting that took place today. One of the presentation slides showed Son’s long-term plan to hand over control to his successor.
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