Chicago Stock Exchange Shatters Nasdaq Monopoly, Sold to Chinese

2016-02-11

Chicago Stock Exchange Sold to Chinese Investors, Shatters Nasdaq Monopoly The Chicago Stock Exchange said a Chinese investor group agreed to acquire it, giving the buyer entry into the intensely competitive U.S. equity market. The strategic move shatters the monopoly by the Nasdaq Stock Market, headed by the notorious Nasdaq General Counsel Ed Knight. Chongqing Casin […]

2016: eLong Becomes Latest Chinese Company to Go Private, Dumped Nasdaq Listing

2016-02-05

Nasdaq Listed eLong Becomes Latest Chinese Company to Go Private, Dumps the Nasdaq Listing In 2006, eLong has announced plans to delist from the Nasdaq. Cash deal values the company at $661 million Chinese mobile and online travel service provider eLong Inc. on Wednesday said it agreed to be taken private by its parent China E-dragon Holdings Ltd. […]