Investors viewed the pricing of the e-commerce company's ADRs as too dear, despite backing by backing by Alibaba and SoftBank.
The Chinese internet company has raised $900 million through a convertible bond.
The internet firm’s successful IPO comes as 4G and mobile look set to accelerate growth in the industry, chief finance officer Paul Keung told FinanceAsia.
Nasdaq-listed Chinese internet firm bounces back from failed November CB after posting solid results for 2013.
Chinese online fashion retailer capitalises on soaring stock price to issue the biggest convertible bond of the year so far.
Credit Suisse also re-offers the deal at 97.5 to make the terms more attractive after the online Chinese real estate services provider receives insufficient demand from investors.
The operator of China’s leading real estate portal follows the lead of Qihoo 360, Ctrip and Sina and issues convertible bonds after its share price triples in the past five months.
US-listed YY is forced to pull its $250 million convertible bond after initially revising the terms and re-offering it below par. But Sina attracts strong demand.
The Chinese e-commerce company gives up on a Hong Kong IPO after failing to reach a compromise with local regulators on structural issues, sources say.
China’s online battle heats up as the country's biggest internet group, which on Monday saw its market capitalisation surpass US$100bn for the first time, says it will merge its Soso search business with its rival.
Youku Tudou rallies after a Temasek affiliate raises $185 million from the sale of its entire stake, while Soufun falls below the placement price after General Atlantic reduces its holdings by $124 million.
The deal attracts the attention of both hedge funds and outright investors and is upsized to $175 million.
The search engine provider is the first company to offer a safety-net clause for retail investors, which may have contributed to the decision to fix the price below the top end of the range.
The former finance chief of Hong Kong-listed Alibaba.com will replace Joe Tsai as group CFO, while Tsai takes on a new role as executive vice-chairman.
China's dominant internet search engine, co-founded by Robin Li, raises $1.5 billion in a debut bond sold mainly to high-grade US investors.
The social network draws strong demand to become only the second Chinese company to list in the US this year.
The online social media platform provider is set to become the first Chinese company to list in the US since March, with a plan to raise up to $97.5 million.
Michael Yao, whose experience also includes a 13-year stint with Goldman Sachs, joins the e-commerce giant at a time when most observers believe it is preparing for a future IPO.
The Chinese e-commerce company defies challenging markets as it raises a combination of debt and equity to cut Yahoo’s stake to 23%.
An order book of close to $6.3 billion allows the Chinese internet giant to price at a negative new issue premium.