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Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

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When online video platform provider Brightcove filed for its IPO earlier this year, it spent a great deal talking about its international business. “We have established a global presence,” the company’s S-1 filing read, touting deals in Europe, Australia, Japan and elsewhere. Notably absent from the filing was any mention...
Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

INRIX hires new CFO as it heads down the IPO path, picks startup vet to lead mobile efforts

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Saul Gates INRIX is driving toward an initial public offering, and today the Kirkland-based provider of traffic information analysis hired a new chief financial officer to help guide the way. The spin-out from Microsoft Research has hired Saul Gates, the former senior vice president of finance and chief accounting officer...
INRIX hires new CFO as it heads down the IPO path, picks startup vet to lead mobile efforts

Despite Alibaba Lastest IPO Rumors, Yahoo Deal Creates Incentive to Offering by End of 2015

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It seems like a month does not pass without another rumor about when Chinese Internet powerhouse Alibaba Group will have its much-anticipated IPO. Today, in the latest loosely-sourced report, a newsletter quoted a Chinese-language site on a leaked memo that allegedly said the preparations would begin in the second...
Despite Alibaba Lastest IPO Rumors, Yahoo Deal Creates Incentive to Offering by End of 2015

Nokia focuses on rebuilding in China, signs $320m deal with top Web retailer 360Buy

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Nokia has signed an agreement with Chinese ecommerce site 360buy.com to sell up to $320 million (RMB 2 billion) worth of phones next year in a bid to reassert itself in the country. The cooperation means 360Buy is now a officially licensed Nokia vendor, and it has already begun pre-sales...
Nokia focuses on rebuilding in China, signs $320m deal with top Web retailer 360Buy

Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

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When online video platform provider Brightcove filed for its IPO earlier this year, it spent a great deal talking about its international business. “We have established a global presence,” the company’s S-1 filing read, touting deals in Europe, Australia, Japan and elsewhere. Notably absent from the filing was any mention...
Whatever happened to Brightcove’s China ambitions?

FINALLY: Yahoo Officially Announces Plan To Monetize Alibaba Stake

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At long last, Yahoo has announced a plan to monetize its stake in Chinese internet company Alibaba. It's complicated, and it will be in stages, but the process has begun, and Yahoo says it will get about $7.1 billion in short order, via Alibaba's repurchase of half of Yahoo's stake...
FINALLY: Yahoo Officially Announces Plan To Monetize Alibaba Stake

5-8 million faulty iPhones returned to Foxconn, source claims

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Apple has returned a batch of millions of botched iPhones to its main manufacturing partner, Foxconn, a source at the latter company tells China Business. It's believed that anywhere between 5 and 8 million units were returned for various unspecified defects. As the cost to manufacture is estimated to be...
5-8 million faulty iPhones returned to Foxconn, source claims

Nokia Shuffles China Operations

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Nokia Corp. is closing two regional sales offices in China and laying off staff as it reorganizes its operations in the world’s largest smartphone market. The closures involve the company’s Chengdu and Shanghai sales offices, a spokesman for Nokia’s China business said Friday. Read the rest of this post on...
Nokia Shuffles China Operations
Apple Reportedly Rejected 5-8 Million iPhones From Foxconn (AAPL)

Google's China business is hiring and advertisers are returning http://bit.ly/brRwQL

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Google's China business is hiring and advertisers are returning http://bit.ly/brRwQL

China Mobile rumored to link up with Line to take on Tencent's WeChat

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A storm is brewing now that NHN Japan’s Line messaging service has arrived in China, the home turf of Tencent’s rival WeChat app. Recent rumors suggest that China Mobile, the world’s largest carrier, may join forces with Line to go up against WeChat. Young’s China Business Blog noted the reports,...
China Mobile rumored to link up with Line to take on Tencent's WeChat

China's fake Apple shops point to impatience for the newest products

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Behind Mitt Romney's observation lie a host of stores, many masquerading as official outlets and most selling the real thingIf imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Apple should be crimson. As Mitt Romney observed in the second presidential debate, there are "even counterfeit Apple stores in China".In the best...
China's fake Apple shops point to impatience for the newest products

Samsung officials hint at 'aggressive' focus on China market

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Several Samsung officials have spoken off the record with The Korea Times to explain the company’s strong focus in building its reputation there as both an employer and a brand. “As you know, we have been very aggressive in facility investment and have been holding high-profile business meetings with Chinese...
Samsung officials hint at 'aggressive' focus on China market

Amazon launches Kindle tablet and e-reader in China

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After remaining quiet on the hardware front for years, Amazon.com's China business has finally brought the company's Kindle tablet and Kindle e-reader to the country....
Amazon launches Kindle tablet and e-reader in China
Apple rejects 5-8m iPhones supplied by Foxconn

Motorola Mobility promises there will be no layoffs from sale of China factory

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Motorola Mobility executive Frank Meng, who oversees the company’s China business, has confirmed the job security of all 7,000 workers at its factory in Tianjin as it is sold to manufacturing partner Flextronics. The two companies announced the deal, which also includes the Flextronics assuming control of operations at a...
Motorola Mobility promises there will be no layoffs from sale of China factory

U.S. Tech Giants Speak Up for China

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Business groups raised alarms Thursday about a provision in the recently enacted government spending bill that makes it harder for some federal agencies to buy technology made in China. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and 10 trade groups representing some large U.S. tech companies, including Hewlett-Packard Co. and Intel Corp.,...
U.S. Tech Giants Speak Up for China
A Chinese solar company's fall from grace

Apple Returns 5-8 Million Defective iPhones to Foxconn?

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According to reports over the weekend from China Business [Google translation] and China Times [Google translation], Apple last month returned at least five million and perhaps as many as eight million iPhones to manufacturing partner Foxconn due to defects in either appearance or operation. The reports indicate that it will...
Apple Returns 5-8 Million Defective iPhones to Foxconn?

Amazon launches Kindle tablet and e-reader in China

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After remaining quiet on the hardware front for years, Amazon.com's China business has finally brought the company's Kindle tablet and Kindle e-reader to the country.On Friday, both the Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Paperwhite went on sale through the company's site in the country. The Kindle Fire HD starts...
Amazon launches Kindle tablet and e-reader in China

Apple iPad Sales In China Up 80% Following Trademark Dispute Resolution

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Apple has seen sales of its iPad soar following the resolution of a trademark dispute with Chinese company Proview, which had IPAD registered years prior to the release of Apple’s iconic tablet. That’s according to new estimates from IDC analyst Dickie Chan, who said that sales of the iPad in...
Apple iPad Sales In China Up 80% Following Trademark Dispute Resolution

THE APPLE INVESTOR: Three Heavy Hitters Just Jumped On Apple TV, Coincidence? (AAPL)

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The Apple Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. AAPL Up With Markets  Markets are booming out of the gates as the jobs report crushes expectations. Shares of AAPL are up with the rest of tech. Investors remain focused on the revamped...
THE APPLE INVESTOR: Three Heavy Hitters Just Jumped On Apple TV, Coincidence? (AAPL)
Watch As China Has Grown To Become Apple's Second-Biggest Market
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