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Softbank invests $300 million in dog-walking start-up Wag

The Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has invested billions in tech companies it believes have the potential to change the world, including the ride-hailing service Uber and the financial tech firm SoFi. Now it’s getting into the dog-walking game. Wag, the Los Angeles-based dog-walking start-up, received...
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