Ron Gluckman profiles Richard Robinson, a serial entrepreneur who gave up his globetrotting...
by Scott Greene | Nov 16, 2012
For Tea Leaf Nation, Yale University student Xiaoying Zhou translates a recent Renren.com blog post from a Peking University student that went viral to the tune of more than 26,000 shares as of Wednesday. While disguised as a...
by Sophie Beach | May 4, 2011
Renren, China’s largest social networking site, went public today, earning $734.40 from its IPO. Bloomberg reports: The Beijing-based company sold 53.1 million American depositary receipts at $14 each, the high end of the...
by Sophie Beach | May 1, 2011
An article in Forbes compares Facebook, which is set to launch in China, to Renren, the Chinese equivalent: For starters, Goldman Sachs estimates Facebook is worth $50 billion worldwide. RenRen, which is hoping to beat Facebook...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 28, 2011
As Groupon squirms uncomfortably in China, Forbes’ Gady Epstein profiles the man behind one of the group-buying site’s highest-grossing Chinese replicants, as well as a string of other high-profile web clones. Wang...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 21, 2011
Renren, the Chinese equivalent of Facebook, is planning to go public, the first social networking site to do so:. From the Guardian: Renren.com has hired the investment banks Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank to...
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 12, 2010
The following post has been repeatedly deleted and reposted on various online forums, including the student social networking site Renren. The author is using deliberately vague and metaphorical language to express an opinion...
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