By Sam Nussey
TOKYO (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp <9984.
T> shareholders have an $80 billion (£61 billion) question for Chief Executive Masayoshi Son when he presents the Japanese tech investment giant's earnings on Monday: Just what will he do with that cash, due in from assets sold since March?
They already know not to look for a key profit measure in SoftBank's July-September report. SoftBank has dropped operating profit as a core measure after its increasing focus on tech investment left the yardstick buffeted.....