Focus Media Holdings Abandons the NASDAQ Stock Market Amid Regulatory Abuses at the NASDAQ

2013-05-31

China’s largest display advertising company Focus Media Holdings (Nasdaq: FMCN) has successfully exited the NASDAQ Stock Market in a $3.8 billion acquisition advised by JP Morgan. The buyout is the largest China based company in history that has abandoned the NASDAQ Stock Market. Focus Media Holdings is an investment portfolio company of global investment firm […]

Focus Media Holdings Successfully Exited the NASDAQ Stock Market In a Record $3.8 Billion Acquisition

2013-05-30

Focus Media Holdings Successfully Exited the NASDAQ Stock Market In a Record $3.8 Billion Acquisition In May 2013, China’s largest display advertising company Focus Media Holdings (Nasdaq: FMCN) has successfully exited the NASDAQ Stock Market in a $3.8 billion acquisition advised by JP Morgan. The buyout is the largest China based company in history that […]

Management expert Benjamin Wey – Top 10 Tips For Entrepreneurs

2011-07-29

When I came to the United States from China over 20 years ago, I was determined to live the American Dream. This drove me through the ups-and-downs that life as an entrepreneur brought me. While there is no guidebook to guarantee success as an entrepreneur, I hope these tips below can help you along the […]

After the Gold Rush, Then what? Finance Expert Benjamin Wey predicts

2011-02-01

It’s official: China has confounded the pessimists. Instead of fizzling out in a hot-money-fueled meltdown, China’s economy could be about to enjoy the holy grail of all economic managers: the Goldilocks scenario. A broad range of industries is set to benefit from the country’s growing economic maturity, but none more so than its banks. Chinese […]

Can China’s Top-Down Economy Keep The Masses Calm Forever?

2011-01-18

President Hu Jintao began a triumphant U.S. visit Tuesday, lifted by a Chinese growth engine that is pulling the global economy even as America and other rich nations struggle to recover from major recessions. But rising strikes over pay and protests over government policies and corruption suggest some flaws in China’s top-down model. Rising social […]