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BEIJING (dpa-AFX) - Changyou.com Limited (CYOU), an online game developer
and operator in China, announced that Rucia Ren has joined the company as
finance director and acting chief financial officer.
Ren has 13 years of experience in the...
By Xiaofan Zhang:
Changyou.com Ltd (NASDAQ:CYOU), the video games subsidiary of Sohu.com Inc. (NASDAQ:SOHU), will report Q2 2014 earnings on July 28 before market opens. In this article, I provide my estimates of the company's financial metrics,...
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By Bram de Haas:
There is pressure on Changyou (CYOU), A Chinese online gaming company, because of the state of its product portfolio. If you would put Changyou games portfolio in a BCG-matrix you would see its cash cows moving towards dog status...
Changyou.com Limited (CYOU)
Q1 2014 Earnings Call
April 28, 2014 7:00 AM ET
Angie Chang – Head, IR
Alex Ho – CFO and Principal Accounting Officer
Alicia Yap – Barclays Capital
Nick Ning – 86...
In a report published Monday, Morgan Stanley analyst Timothy Chan reiterated an Underweight rating on Changyou.Com Ltd. (NASDAQ: CYOU), but removed the $26.00 price target.
In the report, Morgan Stanley noted, “We retain our UW rating after...
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The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Changyou.com (NASDAQ: CYOU) is 41.90%. Changyou.com's ROE for the same period is...
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Changyou.com (NASDAQ:CYOU) was the online gaming subsidiary of Sohu.com until 23 April 2009 when it went public on the NASDAQ, selling 7.5 million shares at $16.00 per share to raise $120 million in capital.
Because Sohu owns a majority of Changyou (81% of voting rights), Changyou's results are consolidated on Sohu's financial statements.