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Amid the central government’s ongoing crackdown on online public opinion and as innovation in China’s social media market has
The Wall Street Journal reports on microblogging service Sina Weibo’s plan to launch an IPO in the U.S.: Sina Corp. is aiming to raise
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Facebook, blocked by the Great Firewall since 2009, announced yesterday its imminent $19 billion acquisition of popular messenger service
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