People walk by a SoftBank shop in Tokyo, Monday, Feb. 8, 2021. Japanese telecommunications and technology conglomerate Softbank Group Corp. reported Monday a whopping 1.17 trillion yen ($11 billion) profit for the October-December quarter as its investments rose in value(AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

SoftBank Group Corp. has reached a settlement in a U.S. legal dispute with supervisors of workplace space-sharing partnership WeWork Inc. and its creator Adam Neumann

The announcement said the arrangement wasn’t yet final. Other details weren’t immediately available.

The wrangling started over a year ago after SoftBank gained stocks in WeWork, which had been enduring after its unsuccessful IPO. However, some investors and Neumann were not happy with the fiscal deals provided by SoftBank.

“With this lawsuit behind us, we’re totally focused on our mission to reimagine the office and continue to satisfy the expanding demand for adaptive space round the globe,” said Marcelo Claure, executive chairman of both WeWork and SoftBank Group International chief executiveorder

Tokyo-based SoftBank is a vast majority shareholder in WeWork, whose inaugural outcomes, notably amid the coronavirus pandemic, has dented SoftBank’s fiscal outcomes.

SoftBank states WeWork holds possible, particularly in markets such as Japan, in which office space is expensive and employees’ commutes are normally long. SoftBank also succeeds in artificial intelligence, online solutions, renewable electricity and IoT.