Huitongda, an Alibaba-backed Chinese e-commece platform that focuses mainly on rural areas, has gained approval from Hong Kong’s stock exchange to go public there, the South China Morning Post reported. The startup aims to raise between $500 million to $1 billion in the listing. Huitongda’s market debut will be one of this year’s first major initial public offerings in Hong Kong. It will be a...
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SVB Is Dead. Long Live SVB.
We all know how it began. It started on March 9, when the run on Silicon Valley Bank made the innovation economy totter and threatened a global financial crisis. It continued on March 10, when SVB failed and it became clear that anyone who hadn’t gotten their money out yet was stuck, facing payroll in just five days with no clear way to meet it. I cannot recall how many times I told...
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On a cosmic level, the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was a mere blip. The murmurs about trouble began last Wednesday, the panic spread via group texts and Twitter threads on Thursday, the bank went under on Friday, the government got its act together on Saturday, and on Sunday every current and former customer of SVB could breathe a cautious sigh of relief.