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SINA INVESTOR ALERT by the Former Attorney General of Louisiana: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Investigates Adequacy of Price and Process in Proposed Sale of SINA Corporation - SINA
NEW ORLEANS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Former Attorney General of Louisiana Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq. and the law firm of Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”) are investigating the proposed sale of SINA Corporation (NasdaqGS: SINA) to New Wave Holdings Limited. Under the terms of the proposed transaction, shareholders of SINA will receive only $43.30 in cash for each share of SINA that they own. KSF is seeking to determine whether this consideration and the process that led to it are adequate, or whether
A big Chinese tech company is quitting Wall Street after 20 years
Chinese online media firm Sina Corp. is quitting Wall Street as Chinese tech companies come under heightened scrutiny in the United States.
Sina To Be Taken Private In $2.6B Bid; Shares Gain 6%
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Weibo parent Sina to delist US stocks in $2.6 bn deal
Chinese internet giant Sina Corp, the parent company of the country's vast Twitter-like Weibo platform, plans to delist its US shares and go private, making it the latest mainland firm to withdraw from Wall Street as relations between Beijing and Washi…
Weibo (WB) reports upbeat Q2 results as pandemic situation stabilizes in China
Chinese social media platform Weibo (NASDAQ: WB) reported a year-over-year decline in non-GAAP EPS and revenue for the second quarter of 2020. However, both the bottom and topline numbers in Q2 surpassed the market’s estimates and sent WB stock in the upward direction today. Q2 results Weibo, a subsidiary of SINA Corporation (NASDAQ: SINA), reported […]
China's Sina Corp., which operates Weibo, agrees to go private in a $2.59B deal, after an entity led by its chairman boosted its offer to $43.30 per share (Peter Elstrom/Bloomberg)
Peter Elstrom / Bloomberg : China's Sina Corp., which operates Weibo, agrees to go private in a $2.59B deal, after an entity led by its chairman boosted its offer to $43.30 per share — Sina Corp. agreed to go private after an entity led by its chairman, Charles Chao, boosted its offer for the Chinese social media company to $43.30 a share in cash.
Weibo-owner Sina to go private in US$2.6 billion deal with CEO-led firm
Sina Corp , owner of social media platform Weibo , will be taken private in a US$2.6 billion deal with Chief Executive Officer Charles Chao, the …
Weibo owner Sina to be taken private by CEO in US$2.6 billion deal
Sina Corp , owner of social media platform Weibo, will be taken private by a holding company led by Chief Executive Officer Charles Chao in a US$2.6 billion deal, the Chinese internet company said on Monday.
SINA Corp Earnings, Revenue inline in Q2
SINA Corp Earnings, Revenue inline in Q2
India blocks top Chinese apps Baidu, Weibo, to be taken off from app stores
NEW DELHI: Baidu Search and Weibo, among the most influential apps of China and dubbed as the country’s answer to Google search and Twitter respectively, have been blocked in India.Weibo, launched in 2009 by Sina Corporation, has over 500 million registered users globally. It had Prime Minister Narendra Modi as one of its star users after he opened an account on the Chinese microblogging website in 2015 ahead of his visit to the neighbouring country.The inaugural post of Modi — who had over 2 lakh followers on the site with 100-plus posts — had read, “Hello China! Looking forward to interacting with Chinese friends through Weibo” (the PM quit Weibo recently following the heightened tensions). 77341948Baidu has been testing waters in India (one of its significant products here is Facemoji keyboard), and the company wanted to increase its engagement in the country, something spoken about by its CEO Robin Li, who came visiting the IIT-Madras campus in January this year.The two apps, which are among the flagship internet products of China, have been asked to be taken off from the app stores of Google and Apple, while internet service providers (IPSs) have also been told to block them, sources told TOI. “They are among the 47 new apps that the government had banned on July 27,” an official source said, adding that the government is also considering a decision to block more apps.While the first decision to ban 59 key apps — such as TikTok, UC Browser, Helo, Likee, Shareit, Mi Community, WeChat and CamScanner — was taken on June 29, the government had supplemented the list by adding 47 more, though this time refraining from making the list public.Most apps in the second decision included clones and different versions of some of the original apps, such as TikTok Lite, Likee Lite, Bigo Live Lite, Shareit Lite, and CamScanner HD.
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