New year, new giant investments for SoftBank.
Earlier this week, SoftBank officially closed its $9.3 billion investment in Uber, making SoftBank Uber’s largest shareholder.
We learned Friday that SoftBank could be looking for an uncommonly large 45 percent stake in dog-walking app Wag in return for investing up to $300 million in the company. Of course, that would barely be a drop in the bucket for SoftBank’s $98 billion Vision Fund, which has been upending venture capital investing with its mammoth deals.
In case you’re having trouble keeping track of SoftBank’s diverse investments, here’s our running tally:
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.