News

Sina Q4 Sales Beat Street Despite Ad Market Concerns

[credit provider=”www.flickr.com” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/bfishadow/4626652622/”] Feb 19 (Reuters) – Sina Corp posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter revenue and profit amid concerns about the slowing growth of Chinese online advertising.Shares in the company, which runs China’s largest online portal and the Twitter-like “Weibo” microblogging platform, climbed 6 per cent to $56.50 after-hours. They have fallen […]
Sina Q4 Sales Beat Street Despite Ad Market Concerns
Markets

The US Could Forcibly Delist Every Chinese Stock In The US

[credit provider=”AP”] China and the U.S. appear to be on a collision course over accounting.  That’s a lot more serious than it sounds.  By the end of this year, unless a compromise can be reached, there is a very real chance that U.S. securities regulators may end up employing the […]
The US Could Forcibly Delist Every Chinese Stock In The US
Markets

Why Sina Got Crushed Yesterday, And Why Market Fears Are Probably Overblown

[credit provider=”www.flickr.com” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/bfishadow/4626652622/”] Share of Sina plunged 15% yesterday on investor concerns over regulatory uncertainties such as licensing issues and VIEs investment structure. But I think these regulatory risks, if under closer scrutiny, are overblown. And here is why.  1, Almost all the oversea-listed Chinese companies, including Sina, Baidu and […]
Why Sina Got Crushed Yesterday, And Why Market Fears Are Probably Overblown
Tech

Sina Buys Stake In Huge Video Site Tudou

[credit provider=”DigiCha” url=”http://digicha.com/?p=1495&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Digicha+%28DigiCha%29″] Sina, the huge Chinese portal, bought a stake in Tudou, the huge video site that went public recently, Bloomberg reports. This is interesting and probably makes sense. As Bloomberg notes, Sina is currently partnering and investing in areas outside its core focus, like e-commerce. 
Sina Buys Stake In Huge Video Site Tudou
Tech

Sina Is Going To Try To Kill Twitter

[credit provider=”Ellis Hamburger”] Sina, the Chinese portal that owns Sina Weibo, the wildly popular microblogging platform, is planning an English-language version of its service to compete directly to Twitter, according to sources of TechWeb, via TheNextWeb.Sina Weibo is, for all intents and purposes, the Twitter of China, and is as […]
Sina Is Going To Try To Kill Twitter