For Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, Neumann was the prodigal son he never had, with a wild-eyed vision to rival Son’s own. The inside story to seeing how everything is went wrong.
” Sunshine is the endow of the gods ,” Masayoshi Son cheerily told a horde of investors on the morning of October 3, 2018. He was in greater Noida, India, uttering a pronunciation about solar power. The daytime was sizzling, in the mid-9 0s, and for Son, CEO of the Japanese telecom corporation SoftBank, especially bright. His images for SoftBank–to be at the vanguard of technology and AI investing–had captivated the world-wide capital world-wide.” As long as “youve had” the ground and sunshine . . . I will give you free electricity ,” he said. Son had committed to investing as much as $ 100 billion in Indian solar infrastructure. The free supremacy “re coming” 25 times from now.
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