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  • For WB, its 30 day story count is now at 5.
  • Over the past 6 days, the trend for WB's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 3.
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Elon Musk's X becomes top trending topic on China's Weibo after outage, taking many netizens by surprise

Elon Musk's X, the social media platform previously known as Twitter, has become a top trending topic on Chinese equivalent Weibo after an outage, even though X is not directly accessible in mainland China. The topic #TwitterDown topped the trending list on Weibo on Thursday afternoon and stayed on it around two-and-a-half hours, attracting 190 million views and 83,000 engagements, according to data from the Chinese microblogging site. X can only be accessed through a virtual private network in

Yahoo | December 21, 2023

UPDATE 1-A dozen still missing after China's earthquake, 137 dead

A dozen people were still missing on Thursday after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck northwestern Gansu province late Monday, and netizens questioned the speed at which rescue operations had ended. Chinese media reported that search-and-rescue work in Gansu ended at 3 p.m. (0700 GMT) on Tuesday, about 15 hours after the disaster hit a remote and mountainous area near the border straddling Gansu and Qinghai provinces. It was not immediately clear whether the search in Qinghai was continuing.

Yahoo | December 21, 2023

A dozen still missing after China's earthquake

A dozen people were still missing on Thursday after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck northwestern Gansu province late Monday and netizens questioned the speed at which rescue operations ended. Chinese media reported that search and rescue work in Gansu ended at 3 p.m. (0700 GMT) on Tuesday, about 15 hours after the disaster hit a remote and mountainous area near the border straddling Gansu and Qinghai provinces. It was not immediately clear whether the search in Qinghai was continuing.

Yahoo | December 21, 2023

Are Options Traders Betting on a Big Move in Weibo (WB) Stock?

Investors need to pay close attention to Weibo (WB) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.

Yahoo | December 18, 2023

China’s Weibo Asks Bloggers to Avoid Badmouthing the Economy

(Bloomberg) -- Chinese microblogging site Weibo Corp. is asking some of its users not to post negative content about the economy, a move that underscores concerns about sputtering domestic growth.Most Read from BloombergS&P Logs Worst Day in Two Months, Bonds Power On: Markets WrapThe Hedge Fund Traders Dominating a Massive Bet on BondsTrump Barred From Colorado Ballot in Unprecedented RulingApple Races to Tweak Software Ahead of Looming US Watch BanOnce Africa’s Richest Woman, Dos Santos Has $7

Yahoo | December 15, 2023

Weibo Corporation Prices Offering of American Depositary Shares in connection with the Delta Placement of Borrowed ADSs

Weibo Corporation ("Weibo" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: WB; HKEX: 9898), a leading social media in China, today announced the pricing of a previously announced offering of 6,233,785 American Depositary Shares ("ADSs"), each currently representing one Class A ordinary share of Weibo, par value US$0.00025 per share (the "ADS Offering"), which the Company will lend (the "Borrowed ADSs") to an affiliate of the underwriter in the ADS Offering (such affiliate, the "ADS Borrower") pursuant to an ADS lend

Yahoo | November 30, 2023

Weibo Corporation Prices Offering of US$300 Million Convertible Senior Notes

Weibo Corporation ("Weibo" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: WB; HKEX: 9898), a leading social media in China, today announced the pricing of its previously announced offering (the "Notes Offering") of convertible senior notes in aggregate principal amount of US$300 million due 2030 (the "Notes"). The Notes have been offered to persons reasonably believed to be qualified institutional buyers in reliance on the exemption from registration provided by Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amende

Yahoo | November 30, 2023

Weibo Corporation Announces Proposed Offering of US$300 Million Convertible Senior Notes

Weibo Corporation ("Weibo" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: WB; HKEX: 9898), a leading social media in China, today announced a proposed offering (the "Notes Offering") of convertible senior notes in an aggregate principal amount of US$300 million due 2030 (the "Notes"), subject to market conditions and other factors. The Company intends to grant the initial purchaser in the Notes Offering an option, exercisable within a 30-day period, beginning on and including the date of the Notes Offering, to purc

Yahoo | November 29, 2023

Weibo Corporation Announces Proposed Offering of American Depositary Shares in connection with the Delta Placement of Borrowed ADSs

Weibo Corporation ("Weibo" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: WB; HKEX: 9898), a leading social media in China, today announced the commencement of the offering of American Depositary Shares ("ADSs"), each currently representing one Class A ordinary share of Weibo, par value US$0.00025 per share (the "ADS Offering"), which the Company intends to loan (such loaned ADSs, the "Borrowed ADSs") to an affiliate of the underwriter in the ADS Offering (such affiliate, the "ADS Borrower") pursuant to an ADS lend

Yahoo | November 29, 2023

UPDATE 1-China's Didi Global says ride-hailing app had 'systems malfunction'

Didi Global said on Monday its ride-hailing app had experienced a "systems malfunction" after users in multiple cities including Beijing and Shanghai said they were unable to book rides in the evening. The app began allowing bookings around an hour later, though some complained it was still slow, and it continued to intermittently show systems issues while long queues formed for rides. Didi is China's largest ride-hailing company, with its service in the country delivering average daily transactions of 31.3 million in the third quarter.

Yahoo | November 27, 2023


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