Masayoshi Son was born in 11 August 1957 in Tosu a city in the eastern piece of Saga Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan. Son is a third generation "Zainichi Korean", which are ethnic Koreans with perpetual residency or citizenship in Japan. Son's granddad moved from Daegu to Japan during the Japanese provincial time frame. His grand dad is Son Jong-kyung and his dad is Son Sam-heon. Son Jeong-ui was born as the second son of four sons. Son's mom is additionally a Korean. He is a Japanese billionaire innovation business visionary, financial backer and donor. He was a third era "Zainichi Korean", he naturalized as a Japanese resident in 1990. He is the originator and (CEO) of the Japanese holding organization SoftBank, CEO of SoftBank Mobile and director of UK-based Arm Holdings. Son was named the world's 45th most powerful individual by Forbes Magazine's List of The World's Most Powerful People. As of July 2020, Son positions 32nd on the Forbes rundown of The World's Billionaires 2020.
Son met his wife, Masami Ohno, while in college. They have two daughters. He lives in Tokyo in a three-story mansion that is esteemed at $50 million and that has a golf range with innovation to imitate the climate conditions and temperature of the world's top greens. He has likewise purchased a home close to Silicon Valley in Woodside, California, that cost him $117 million. He possesses the SoftBank Hawks, an expert Japanese baseball team. Son has three siblings and is the second most established of the kin. His most youthful sibling, Taizo Son, is a sequential business person and financial backer, having established GungHo Online Entertainment and the investment firm Mistletoe.
Son was an early financial backer in web firms, purchasing a portion of Yahoo! in 1995 and putting a $20 million stake into Alibaba in 1999. Son's holding organization SoftBank possesses 29.5% of Alibaba, which is worth around $108.7 billion starting at 23 October 2018. In July 2016, SoftBank reported designs to gain Arm Holdings for £23.4 billion ($31.4 billion) which would be the biggest at any point acquisition of an European innovation organization. In September 2016, SoftBank reported that the exchange was finished. The absolute obtaining cost was around £24 billion ($34 billion). Because of the Fukushima Daiichi atomic disaster in 2011, Masayoshi Son condemned the atomic business for making "the issue that stresses Japanese the most today" and occupied with putting resources into a cross country sunlight based force network for Japan.