SoftBank’s Rajeev Misra Used Campaign of Sabotage to Hobble Internal Rivals

SoftBank’s Rajeev Misra Used Campaign of Sabotage to Hobble Internal Rivals
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The man atop the world’s biggest tech fund paid an intermediary to smear them, people familiar with the matter say; a Misra spokesman said he did not orchestrate the effort

It was a career coup for Rajeev Misra. In 2017, the former banker, who had held a series of Wall Street jobs, was put in charge of one of the most formidable investing machines ever assembled.

His rise to the top of SoftBank Group Corp.’s $100 billion Vision Fund isn’t a traditional tale of corporate ladder-climbing. He succeeded, in part, by striking at two of his main rivals inside SoftBank with a dark-arts campaign of personal sabotage.

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