China's 55tuan - which will officially be called Wowo - has had the date set for its NASDAQ IPO later this month.
India is now among the world’s top five markets for exits. It’s the only Asian country in the top five, as Canada has bumped China down to number six. The US stays number one.
Animoca Brands lists on ASX and now seeks funds to continue development and publishing of games in 2015.
Digi-Capital says major gaming corporations and small indie studios will thrive in the coming years, but mid-tier companies will feel the squeeze.
Khazanah disclosed that it invested US$400 million in Alibaba in the last two years, giving it a stake of 0.6 percent.
Before we turn the page to 2015, let’s take a refresher on events that made headlines in the Philippine tech and startup scenes this year.
Here’s our full list of Alibaba’s investments and acquisitions so far this year, according to ITJuzi’s database and our own archives.
The gaming company is resurgent and capping it off with one of Japan's largest IPOs this year.
Momo, the popular dating app turned social network from China, lists on the US markets in a few hours’ time.
Netease, a local internet giant in China, confronted Momo CEO Tang Yan about his alleged misconduct while he worked for Netease, prior to starting the app.
Xurpas’ stock price hits the ceiling in its first day of trading, making it one of the most successful initial public offerings in the Philippines to date.
Chinese car rental service eHi will IPO in the US today despite some last-minute fraud allegations sent to its auditor.
IPOs aren't just for the big boys. If you’re making money, Japan’s startup-friendly Mother’s Index offers a shortcut to IPO.
Unlike most tech companies we know today, Xurpus did not take in any venture capital. The company will raise funds for the first time ever - through an initial public offering planned for this year.
The IPO values the social network at an estimated US$3 billion. Momo plans to list on the NASDAQ under the symbol MOMO.
The crowdsourcing firm isn't the market leader but it will beat its rival to an IPO.
Soon-to-go-public Chinese car rental agency eHi buys $25M stake in top taxi hailing app Kuaidi Dache
An updated prospectus from Chinese online car rental agency eHi shows the company in April bought an 8.4 percent stake in taxi hailing app Kuaidi Dache for US$25 million.
It’s no secret that Chinese flirty chat app Momo has been flirting with the idea of a US IPO for some time now. Back in May there were reports that the company was planning for an IPO sometime before ...