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IQIYI Inc Reports Qtrly Net Loss Per Ads Rmb 3.92
IQIYI Sees Q2 2020 Revenue Up 2% To 8%
Baidu CEO expects advertising demand to return after coronavirus epidemic ends
iQIYI, Inc. is a China-based company principally engaged in the provision of online entertainment services. The Company mainly provides genuine video content such as movies, television dramas, variety shows and anime through its application platform. Through the platform, the Company mainly provides The Lost Tomb, The Mystic Nine, Burning Ice, Qipa Talk, The Rap of China and other programs for its customers. The Company has built an entertainment-based social media platform, iQIYI Paopao, for fans to follow and interact with celebrities and the entertainment community.
9/F Iqiyi Innovation Building
No.2 Haidian North Street, Haidian
Robin Yanhong Li
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iQIYI said on Monday an internal review concluded that a short-seller's allegations about the streaming service inflating many of its financial metrics were without merit.
Chinese search engine giant Baidu Inc posted quarterly revenue a notch ahead of estimates, but its shares slid in extended trade after its streaming service iQIYI said it was being probed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
China's search engine giant Baidu Inc beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue on Monday, as its video streaming platform iQIYI benefited from strong demand from people forced to stay at home to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Chinese video streaming company iQiyi hopes to have as many as half its subscribers in overseas markets in five years despite Sino-U.S. trade tensions and increased government censorship at home, founder and chief executive Gong Yu told Reuters in an interview.
China search engine operator Baidu Inc reported a 1.4% rise in quarterly revenue that beat estimates on Monday, aided by strong growth in its video streaming platform iQIYI.
iQiyi, China's answer to Netflix, intends to push harder into overseas markets such as North America and Japan after the video-streaming service hit a milestone of 100 million paying subscribers this month, a senior executive said on Monday.
* Convertible bonds booming among Asian companies (Adds banker comments)
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