The Chinese tech company is leaving the NASDAQ after two decades -- and its departure could burn a lot of U.S. investors.
News & Analysis: Sina
The purchase will remove another Chinese company from U.S. exchanges.
The Chinese tech company could burn its U.S. investors with a lowball offer.
An upbeat outlook and a big deal show some signs of life in the world's second-biggest economy.
The parent company of China's Twitter got a buyout offer from its CEO. This is the latest development in a wave of Chinese companies going private.
Could a new bill making its way through Congress spark a mass exodus of Chinese stocks from U.S. exchanges?
SINA and Weibo are often considered also-rans in China’s crowded tech sector -- but could both stocks rebound as the macro headwinds wane?
SINA earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
Could SINA and Weibo stage a comeback if the coronavirus crisis wanes?
SINA earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.