China is cracking down on online fandom as part of a renewed push to control online discourse and rein in tech companies. The South China Morning Post reported that China’s internet regulator removed 150,000 pieces of content and punished more than 4,000 accounts related to fan clubs for celebrities as of last week, citing a report in Chinese state media. The move is part of a months-long...
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Tiger Global, Alkeon Slash Startup Valuations Amid Public Stock Selloff
For more than a year, startup founders have watched in awe and some trepidation as hedge funds and other large investors flooded private startups with big checks, pushing up valuations and making it easier than ever to raise money. Those freewheeling days may be numbered as a sell-off in public tech stocks bleeds into the startup world. Among the examples of change: Investors are starting to...
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