Here's comes the Weibo IPO with an incredibly shrinking price tag. It says more about Twitter than it does Alibaba.
Tencent is up almost 110% in the last year but is down more than 20% from the recent highs. Where does it go from here?
Facebook used so much stock to pay for Whatsapp that when the stock fell, the value of the deal fell to $17 billion from $19 billion.
The software-as-service company's steady revenue stream made it a momentum stock that has fallen with the market.
Even though it would be great if Yahoo! still owned 40% of Alibaba, its investors should thank their stars the old board didn't give the whole thing away.
When that IPO filing happens -- and it could be in a matter of days -- Alibaba will reveal details about itself that many in the investing world have been dying to see for well over two years.
Alibaba's vice chairman made several appearances this week at tech banking conferences. It suggests an IPO filing is coming soon.
What's the difference between these two types of apps? The answer could determine who controls the mobile Web in the future.
BlackBerry's BBM should have been as popular as WhatsApp has become. All the same, it's still highly undervalued.
The Candy Crush maker isn't ready to unseat the FarmVille maker yet.