The microblogging service Weibo—often described as China's version of Twitter—will raise at least $340 million in its US stock offering, an updated filing showed Friday.
Jack Ma, the billionaire founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, is to pay $531 million for a stake in a domestic software developer for the financial industry, a statement said.
King Digital Entertainment raised a sweet half-billion dollars on Wall Street, and now it is time for the market to show its taste for the makers of mobile game Candy Crush.
Online storage provider Box is the latest rapidly growing Silicon Valley company seeking to strike it rich in the stock market.
In picking the US to launch initial public offerings rather than their home market, Chinese technology companies Alibaba and Weibo are opting for maximum visibility and access to capital.
Yahoo is getting another lift from its stake China's Alibaba Group, a thriving Internet company that has helped mask Yahoo's own financial funk.
Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo is visiting China, the biggest market where the popular messaging service is banned, the company said Monday.
Weibo Corp., the Chinese microblogging service often compared with Twitter, filed Friday for a US stock offering seeking to raise $500 million.
The maker of the addictive mobile game Candy Crush hopes to raise as much as $532.8 million in a New York IPO that would value the company at up to $7.6 billion.
An extensive study of initial public offerings shows dramatic changes in the IPO landscape around the world over the past two decades, including a large decrease in the importance of IPOs in the United States while IPOs became ...