Chinese bike-sharing firm Hello scraps plans for US IPO
Bike-sharing startup Hello Inc is the latest among Chinese companies to abort their plans to list in the US after Didi went public but came under regulatory scrutiny.
Behind Didi's US IPO: its Chinese peers total 7,447
There are 7,448 "ride-hailing" companies in China including Didi, according to data provider Qichacha.
China's ride-hailing giant Didi files for US IPO, could be valued at over $70 billion
Didi's prospectus shows it had 493 million annual active users worldwide and 15 million annual active drivers worldwide in the 12 months ended March 31 of this year.
Didi reportedly scraps plan for HK IPO, aims for US listing within this year
Didi's management was once ready to make its IPO in Hong Kong but it ultimately decided to list in the US because of valuation and other considerations.
Chinese social platform Soul files to list on NASDAQ
Soul's revenue in 2020 was RMB 498 million ($78 million), up 604.3% year-on-year, the company's prospectus showed.
Ant-backed bike-sharing firm Hello Inc files prospectus for Nasdaq listing
Hello Inc, a bike-sharing company backed by Chinese payments giant Ant Group, has filed a prospectus on April 24 for a planned listing on Nasdaq.
ByteDance says in rare clarification it has no current plans to go public
TikTok owner ByteDance has finally responded officially after rumors continued to circulate about its plans to go public.
TikTok owner ByteDance said to go public in Hong Kong, valued at about $400 billion
ByteDance has started the process of going public in Hong Kong and submitted an underwriter engagement letter to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the China Securities Journal reported Wednesday.
Didi reportedly files secretly for US IPO
The certainty of a third-quarter IPO for Didi is high, but ultimately it will depend on the majority shareholder, the report said. Didi's top shareholder is currently SoftBank Group.
Podcast startup Ximalaya FM, with about 600 million users, reportedly files secretly for US IPO
Since its inception in 2012, Ximalaya FM has completed nine rounds of funding, the most recent being Series E in August 2018, which was invested by Tencent and Primavera Capital.