Baidu's reported talks for a tie-up with Kingsoft could be followed by another pairing with Xiaomi, giving the search giant a powerful new alliance for its drive into mobile computing.Tuesday, 15 January, 2013, 9:48pm
High profile smartphone maker Xioami is making headlines with word that it has purchased a stake in a unit of software maker Kingsoft...3 Dec 2012 - 9:02am
Online games maker Kingsoft Corp's development team, which has lost several members to rivals, might become even more fragile after its chief executive resigned over differences with the chairman, sources said.15 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Shares of two mainland companies gained more than 30 per cent in their Hong Kong trading debuts yesterday as investors poured money into new offerings instead of what many see as an overvalued secondary market.
Guangdong-based China Aoyuan Property Group rose 30.77 per cent, closing at HK$6.80, near the day's high, with HK$2.98 billion worth of shares changing hands.10 Oct 2007 - 12:00am
Kingsoft Corp, a Beijing-based software and online game firm, starts selling shares to the public on Monday as it seeks to raise as much as HK$768 million to fund new development.
The company, founded in 1988 by chairman Kau Pak-kwan, 42, is selling 213.34 million shares for between HK$2.90 and HK$3.60 each, according to a sale document obtained by fund managers.21 Sep 2007 - 12:00am
Beijing-based China Boqi Environmental Solutions Technology, which provides desulphurisation technology to power plants, planned to become the first foreign firm to list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's main board, a company source said yesterday.6 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
Mainland software and online game developer Kingsoft Corp planned to raise US$100 million from a listing in Hong Kong in the third quarter, market sources said.
Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank are underwriters of the deal, according to the sources. Kingsoft officials declined to comment.25 Jun 2007 - 12:00am
Firm's copy-proof anti-virus software also helps in its struggle for survival
Kingsoft, regarded as the mainland's Microsoft before rampant piracy helped to destroy its dominance in the personal computer market, has staged a recovery by relying on online games and anti-virus software - areas where piracy is difficult.13 Feb 2007 - 12:00am