Goldman Sachs expects online video company Youku.com Inc. to recoup its recent tumble–its American depositary shares are down 36% this month–and get back to $55. The stock has cratered amid “China Internet sector de-risking …
The law firms allege that Youku — listed on the New York Stock Exchange as YOKU — made false and misleading statements about its revenue, failed to properly record non-monetary transactions, and lacked "internal controls over …
Chinese Internet video giant Tudou has announced that it is to combine its service with that of rival Youku in a 100% …
Last week, shares of Youku, called the YouTube of China, rose 161 percent in the first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. E-commerce China Dangdang, an online retailer heralded as the Chinese Amazon.com, popped 87 …
Alibaba’s offer of $26.60 a share is 5 percent higher than Youku’s Friday morning opening stock price of $25.10. Under …
The great Chinese stock bubble of 2015 has, as many expected it would ... Sina has fallen 15% while its peers in the online-media industry have slipped further: Yoku down 19%, Sohu and Weibo both down 20%, Changyou, another …
YouKu never really relied on user-generated content because ... The Internet bubble has now officially been resurrected in China via the New York Stock Exchange.
... and Tudou Holdings Limited ("Tudou") announced today that they have signed a definitive agreement for Tudou to combine with Youku in a 100% stock-for-stock transaction. Under the terms of the agreement, each Class A ordinary …
Youku Tudou Inc. (YOKU), the Internet television company, could be an interesting play for investors. That is because, not only does the stock have decent short-term momentum, but it is seeing solid activity on the earnings estimate revision …
Youku’s shares were down 6 percent at $17.86 in early afternoon trading on the New York Stock Exchange, while Tudou was down 9 percent at $26.67 on the Nasdaq. Youku does not have much exposure to user-generated content, the …