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SoftBank Corp. said Monday it posted a record group net profit for the fifth consecutive year last fiscal year and its top executive described a former Google Inc. executive as a possible successor to run the Japanese telecom giant in future.

SoftBank’s group net profit surged 28.5 percent from a year earlier to a record ¥668.36 billion in the fiscal year that ended March.

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