Qihoo may be an unknown to the U.S. public, but it’s no stranger to Wall Street. It went public on the New York Stock Exchange in 2011 under the trading symbol QIHU. In the third quarter, it posted profits of $57.7 million on $376.4 …
Qihoo, which listed American depositary receipts on the New York Stock Exchange in 2011, develops and distributes free personal-computer and mobile-security software, deriving revenue from advertising. The company also has a Web …
In China, users are concerned about their own privacy online and some are considering other security products. Qihoo 360's stock has taken a slight drop since the "Fang Zhou Wars" started in October, but not nearly enough to cause …
The company's stock has dropped nearly 8 percent since Aug 23 ... The site was purchased by Yahoo Inc in 2003. On Aug 21, Qihoo decided to use its default search engine on all of its browsers, replacing Google and Baidu. Qihoo
Qihoo's CFO, Alex Xu, said: "Investors will increasingly trust our stock performance if they notice our steady path of development." Xu believes that Qihoo's business model is unprecedented in either the US or China. "While it takes …
Qihoo 360 said it planned to use the proceeds from the IPO for research and development and acquisition of technologies, products or businesses. The company expects its ADSs to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol …
Qihoo 360 Technology Co, which is delisting from the U.S. stock market, has denied published reports that the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has set preconditions for a potential IPO in the Chinese mainland. …
Qihoo has been growing faster than other Internet companies in ad sales, even as the overall market slows.” Qihoo’s stock has declined 2.6 per cent this year. The new advertising tool will “drive accelerated sequential growth going …
The company's stock has dropped nearly 8 percent since Aug 23, according to US financial website CNNMoney. Qihoo edged up 2.04 percent on the New York Stock Exchange on the same day. Baidu, which generates nearly 80 percent …