Vicky Huang is a reporter at TheStreet. She previously reported for The Associated Press in Bangkok, Thailand. Vicky graduated from Columbia Journalism School in May, 2016.
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Alibaba asserts full control of Chinese online ticket vendor Damai.cn.
MuleSoft Shares Rocket Almost 40% in Stock Market Debut
The enterprise software maker is the second tech unicorn to go public this year after Snap.
Ant Financial Confident in MoneyGram Deal Despite Higher Euronet Bid
A top executive told Reuters that the company is confident of closing the acquisition of U.S. money-transfer firm MoneyGram International Inc.
CFIUS and Censorship Aren't the Only Threats to China, U.S. M&A
China's outbound M&A volume reached an all-time high of $225.4 billion in 2016, more than double the previous record of $102 billion announced in 2015.
Mulesoft May Be a Better Barometer of the IPO Market Than Snap
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Why Euronet Rekindled a 10-Year-Old Bid for MoneyGram
The Kansas-based bidder's unsolicited $954.7 million bid for MoneyGram trumps an already agreed to $880 million offer from Ant.
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Tech unicorn Okta and New York-based startup Yext could come to the public markets soon.
The Muscle Behind Samsung's Corporate Dynasty Is in Danger, Outcome of Executive Trial Aside
Samsung executives didn't show up for court Thursday, but Samsung heir could face more than 20 years in jail if convicted, a massive blow to the embattled conglomerate.
Airbnb Is Now a $31 Billion Powerhouse and Just Became an Even Bigger Threat to the Travel Industry
The home-sharing giant has closed on a more than $1 billion round of funding.