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chinamoneynetwork.com August 04, 2020

Chinese Digital Media Outlet Jiemian Raises $71M In Series C Round - China Money Network

Chinese digital media outlet Jiemian announced the completion of a series C round with a total financing of more than RMB500 million (US$71.7 million), and its valuation has increased significantly compared with before. Investors in this round include strategic investors such as China Internet Investment Fund and Shanghai Xuhui State-owned Assets Investment (Group) Co., Ltd. [...] Chinese Digital Media Outlet Jiemian Raises $71M In Series C Round comes from China Money Network: Primary Data for China's Primary Markets! All Rights Reserved.
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dealstreetasia.com October 03, 2019

Southeast Asia's Internet Economy On Track To Exceed $100B This Year

Southeast Asia would one of the world's fastest-growing areas for online commerce thanks to a youthful population increasingly comfortable with smartphones.
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cnbc.com September 24, 2019

U.S.-China Internet Split Could Be An Investment Opportunity

The U.S.-China trade war could lead to a technological split between Asia and America that could benefit investors, James Coulter, the co-chief executive of private equity firm TPG Capital, said.
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nytimes.com August 26, 2019

MIT Media Lab In Crisis After Scholars Vow To Leave Over Epstein Ties

The elite research center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where hundreds of graduate and undergraduate students study tech topics, is in turmoil. It was revealed that its director, Joichi Ito, had ties to Jeffrey Epstein, who had given money to the lab and to Mr. Ito's own venture capital funds.
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livemint.com July 25, 2019

Tencent Bets Big On Indian Tech Startups Amid China Slowdown

Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings is looking to increase its bets on Indian technology companies, at a time when its home market is seeing a slowdown in venture capital investments.
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money.cnn.com September 13, 2018

Investors Pour $4B Into China's Latest Internet IPO

A Chinese app that does just about everything has found strong demand for its shares, bucking the trend of recent tech IPOs. This suggests there's still healthy interest in buying into China's fast-developing internet economy.
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forbes.com August 08, 2017

Tencent Chairman, Chinese Billionaire Ma Huateng, Is Now Richest Person In Asia

Ma Huateng, chairman of China Internet heavyweight Tencent, has for the first time become the  wealthiest person in all of Asia. It is also the first time he has ranked no. 1 in China.
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livemint.com August 07, 2017

A Shakeout In Indian VC Is Long Overdue

It isn't common for venture capitalists in India to worry about losing their jobs. Lately, however, that's changed. Ever since a top-rung fund manager at one of the country's largest venture capital shops was shown the door--his investments, a gaggle of mostly consumer Internet bets, haven't performed as well as the firm would have liked--the local brotherhood of venture capitalists has been on the edge.
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nypost.com July 31, 2017

Hedge Fund Accused Of Ponzi Scheme Is Ruining Athletes' Lives: Former NFL Player

An alleged Ponzi-scheming hedge fund that preyed on pro athletes is still ruining lives, according to a former NFL player. Ex-NFLer Nic Harris was one of nearly two dozen athletes who fell for the charms of Darien Dash, a one time Internet mogul whose sister is âCluelessâ actress Stacey Dash and whose cousin, Damon Dash,...
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valuewalk.com July 28, 2017

KKR To Buy WebMD For $2.8B, Take Majority Stake In Nature's Bounty

The busiest buyout firm in the world so far this year is back at it, this time with a pair of blockbuster acquisitions in the healthcare sector. First, KKR and portfolio company Internet Brands have agreed to buy WebMD, the provider of an online database of health information, for $66.50 per share, or about $2.8 billion. 
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