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    Investor group may cut offer for China's Qihoo 360 - WSJ

    Reuters – 9:29 AM ET 08/28/2015

    The investor group offering to buy out security software company Qihoo 360 Technology Co (QIHU) is considering cutting its offer after China's stock-market rout lowered valuations, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. Qihoo 360 (QIHU) said in June it had received a buyout offer from chief executive and some investors for $77.00 in cash per ADS.

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    Investor Group May Cut Bid for China's Qihoo 360

    DJ Business News – 8:05 AM ET 08/28/2015

    The investor group offering to buy out Qihoo 360 Technology Co. (QIHU) is considering cutting its $9 billion bid after China's stock-market rout lowered valuations, a person with knowledge of the matter said. The proposed buyout would be the largest take-private deal for a U.S.-listed Chinese company. The Internet-services provider's shares closed at $51.29 Thursday in New York trading, one-third below the nonbinding $77- a-share offer made in June by its chairman, Zhou Hongyi, and...

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    Qiku Shakes Up The Asian Mobile Market With Revolutionary New Smartphones

    PR Newswire – 8:30 AM ET 08/26/2015

    BEIJING, Aug. 26, 2015 Qiku, a joint venture between Qihoo 360 (QIHU) and Coolpad, today announced its entry into the Asian smartphone market, with three new cutting-edge Android phones that come with features not found on any other phone on the market.

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    Qihoo 360 to Announce Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results on September 1st, 2015

    PR Newswire – 6:00 PM ET 08/24/2015

    BEIJING, Aug. 24, 2015 Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. (QIHU), a leading Internet company in China, today announced that it will report its second quarter 2015 financial results on Tuesday, September 1st, 2015, after the close of U.S. markets.

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    WuXi PharmaTech Receives $3.3 Billion Buyout Proposal

    DJ Business News – 7:35 AM ET 08/14/2015

    BEIJING-WuXi PharmaTech Inc. struck a binding deal to be acquired by a management buyout group for about $3.3 billion, in a sign that a trend of buyouts among U.S.-traded Chinese companies remains alive despite market turmoil at home. WuXi said Friday that it reached a deal with a group that includes Ge Li, its chairman and chief executive, and other executives and investors to sell the Chinese company for $46 per American depositary share, an 11% premium for its Thursday closing...

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    BULLET: US STOCKS: CHINA: Marc Chandler of Brown Brothers....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 9:15 AM ET 08/11/2015

    US STOCKS: CHINA: Marc Chandler of Brown Brothers Harriman says Wednesday's release of Alibaba (BABA) quarterly earnings (one of China's premier internet cos) "will command more attention than one might suspect by global fund managers." He reminds that Alibaba's ADR was launched in Sept 2014, the stock rallied and then retreated sharply, losing a quarter of its value. Alibaba (BABA) shares are important with regard to MSCI (MSCI), which will make changes in the composition of its China in coming months, adding "more than a dozen technology Chinese companies to the MSCI EM Index (not a-shares but ADRs). The initial move in November will be the first of a 2 stage process whereby "the 15 largest Chinese companies listed in the US will be added to the MSCI EM equity index." The first 8, i.e. "Alibaba (BABA), Baidu (BIDU), JD, Netease (NTES), Ctrip, 58.com (WUBA), VIPShop (VIPS), and Qihoo 360," be be added come November and "Next May will see the inclusion of the another seven companies," Chandler says. Alibaba (BABA) results are due out at 7:30 pm Hong Kong Time or 7:30 am ET Wednesday.

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    Qihoo 360's Plan to Go Private Will Help Its Business, China Renaissance CEO Says

    DJ Business News – 2:15 AM ET 07/30/2015

    Chinese Internet security-services firm Qihoo 360 Technology Co.' s $9 billion plan to go private is being done for the right reasons, namely to help its business, an investor in the consortium bidding to take it private said at the Converge technology conference Thursday. "Qihoo's main business is network security, so being a Cayman company listed in the U.S. doesn't fit them very well," said China Renaissance Chief Executive Bao Fan. "For them, coming back to be a domestically listed...

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    360 Mobile Security Limited Finds That More Than Half Compromised Devices Were Infected by Privacy Stealing Malware in its Q2 2015 Malware and Vulnerability Report

    PR Newswire – 7:59 AM ET 07/28/2015

    BEIJING, July 28, 2015360 Mobile Security Limited, a leading developer of mobile antivirus and performance applications with a core product 360 Security, today announced the findings from its quarterly report, "Q2 2015 Malware and Vulnerability Report." "It is widely, but wrongly believed that malware causes no serious problems beyond slowing down a mobile phone and possibly crashing a device.

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    Information Technology Services Equities under Review -- Xerox, International Business Machines, Qihoo 360 Technology, CDW Corp., and Wipro

    PR Newswire – 9:20 AM ET 07/21/2015

    NEW YORK, July 21, 2015 Equity Research Institute has initiated coverage on the following equities: Xerox Corporation (XRX), International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Qihoo 360 Technology Company Ltd (QIHU), CDW Corporation (CDW), and Wipro Ltd (WIT). Free research report on Xerox (XRX) can be accessed at https://www.EquityResearchInstitute.com/reports?keyword=XRX On Monday, July 20, 2015, the NASDAQ Composite ended at 5,...

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    China's IPO curbs risk $32 billion of U.S. take-private deals

    Reuters – 5:56 AM ET 07/07/2015

    * Curb on IPOs among Beijing's measures to support stock market. * Slew of Chinese tech firms had planned to delist for U.S. * China IPO freeze robs "take-private" deals of exit option. * Chinese stock down 30 pct since mid-June, up 80 pct on year. By Elzio Barreto.

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    Qihoo 360 Special Committee Engages Financial Advisor

    PR Newswire – 8:13 AM ET 07/06/2015

    BEIJING, July 6, 2015Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. (QIHU), a leading Internet company in China, today announced that the independent special committee of the Company's Board of Directors, formed to consider the previously announced non-binding "going private" proposal that the Board received on June 17, 2015, has retained J.P. Morgan Securities Limited as its financial advisor to assist it in this pro...

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    Out of the shadows, China hackers turn cyber gatekeepers

    Reuters – 5:59 PM ET 06/28/2015

    * China seeing growing number of data leaks. * Xi Jinping made cybersecurity national priority. * Former hackers say more money in cybersecurity. By Paul Carsten and Gerry Shih. China, long accused by the United States of rampant cyber aggression, may be synonymous with hacking exploits these days, but that doesn't mean every Chinese hacker is out to pilfer and destroy.

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    U.S. regulator freezes Chinese executive's assets over suspicious Qihoo trades

    Reuters – 11:17 PM ET 06/24/2015

    The U.S. securities regulator has obtained a court order to freeze the assets of a Chinese online gaming CEO over what it described as "suspicious" trading activity ahead of a $10 billion deal by U.S.-listed Qihoo 360 Technology Co Ltd. In a statement on Tuesday, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Guangzhou-based Luo Haijian made more than $1 million trading options in Qihoo ahead of t...

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    SEC Freezes Assets of China-Based Trader Over Qihoo Activity

    DJ Business News – 10:55 PM ET 06/23/2015

    Securities and Exchange Commission obtained a court order Tuesday to freeze the assets of a China-based trader over what it called suspicious activity ahead of a $9 billion buyout offer for a U.S.-listed Chinese Internet company last week. Haijian Luo, chief executive of a Chinese online company, 4399 Co., bought approximately $700,000 of out-of-the-money call options, or bets that the stock price of a company will go up, before last week's announcement of a buyout offer for...

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    Qihoo 360 Announces Formation of Independent Special Committee to Consider "Going Private" Proposal

    PR Newswire – 7:36 AM ET 06/19/2015

    BEIJING, June 19, 2015Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. (QIHU), a leading Internet company in China, today announced that its board of directors has formed a special committee consisting of three independent, disinterested directors, Dr. Eric Chen, Dr. Jianwen Liao and Dr. Ming Huang, to consider the previously announced non-binding "going private" proposal that the Board received on June 17, 2015.

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    Let China Have Its Internet Laggards

    MarketWatch – 4:39 AM ET 06/18/2015

    Qihoo 360 Technology (QIHU) is the latest Chinese Internet company to seek a delisting from the U.S. stock market. Investors shouldn't mourn its passing. Qihoo offers a number of Internet security products, such as a secure Web browser, and operates China's second-place search engine behind Baidu.

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    Qihoo gets $9 billion buyout offer from CEO

    MarketWatch – 11:11 PM ET 06/17/2015

    Bid for Internet company is latest in push by executives to take their Chinese firms private. BEIJING--China's buyout wave has reached a new, $9 billion high. Internet-services provider Qihoo 360 Technology Co. (QIHU) said Wednesday it received a buyout offer from a group that includes Chairman and Chief Executive Zhou Hongyi valued at $9.01 billion, or $77 per American depositary share.

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    China Buyout Wave at New High

    DJ Business News – 3:35 PM ET 06/17/2015

    BEIJING-China's buyout wave has reached a new, $9 billion high. Internet-services provider Qihoo 360 Technology Co. (QIHU) said Wednesday it received a buyout offer from a group that includes Chairman and Chief Executive Zhou Hongyi valued at $9.01 billion, or $77 per American depositary share. The offer marks a 17% premium over Tuesday's closing price of $66.05, and if successful would be the largest take-private deal of a U.S.-listed Chinese company.

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    Qihoo 360 latest NY-listed Chinese company to get "go-private" bid

    Reuters – 8:40 AM ET 06/17/2015

    * Offer of $77/ADS values co at about $10.06 bln. * Board to form committee to evaluate offer. * Offer at 16.6 pct premium to stock's Tuesday close. By Sai Sachin R. Another day, another Chinese tech company gets a "go-private" bid.

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    Chinese consortium offers to buy software maker Qihoo 360

    Reuters – 7:03 AM ET 06/17/2015

    Mobile antivirus software maker Qihoo 360 Technology Co Ltd (QIHU) said a Chinese consortium had offered to buy the company for $77 per American depositary share. Qihoo's board will form a special committee to evaluate the proposal, the company said in a statement. The offer represents a premium of 16.6 percent to the closing price of Qihoo's American depositary shares on Tuesday.


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