Vipshop in News

Vipshop Releases Its Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2014
12/31/15-11:03 AM
Vipshop's 2014 CSR report covers consumer rights, industry development, environmental protection, and community development and philanthropy. To view the report, please visit the following links: VIPS 2014 CSR Report (English) VIPS 2014 CSR Report (Chinese)   More >>
VIP Shop CFO, Donghao Yang, speaks with Reuters regarding the Chinese e-commerce spaceReuters TV
05/21/13-11:47 PM
China e-commerce company Vipshop's stock is up nearly 600% over the past year and Vipshop CFO Donghao Yang, says the IPO of China's internet giant Alibaba will give a boost to all Chinese e-commerce. http://www.reuters.com/video/2013/05/21/economy-2013-alibaba-ipo-will-boost-all?videoId=242920000   More >>
Vipshop Not Done DeliveringThe Street
05/21/13-11:35 PM
VIP Shop CFO, Donghao Yang, speaks with the The Street’s Gregg Greenberg.                 http://www.thestreet.com/video/11930181/vipshop-not-done-delivering.html ,   More >>
2012: The Year in IPOs CNBC
12/31/12-10:30 AM
Vipshop is the top performing IPO in 2012                 http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000138384 ,   More >>
2012 Internet IPOs: VIPshop, Workday,Splunk Take Top Spots ValueWalk
12/31/12-9:55 AM
It was an interesting year for technology IPOs in 2012, but for most of those companies going public, it was a better year than last. According to Mashable, 59% of Internet companies that went public had their stocks trading above their IPO price as of midday last Wednesday.   More >>
Vipshop tops return rates on U.S stock market Morning Whistle
12/18/12-9:49 AM
The share price of New York listed Chinese company Vipshop Holdings Limited (NYSE:VIPS) has increased by 124 percent, the returns of which top all the overseas companies listed on the U.S stock exchange this year, followed by Israeli company Caesar Stone Sdot-Yam Ltd with a far lower growth rate of   More >>
Slowdown Boosts Vipshop for Best 2012 IPO Rally: China Overnight Bloomberg
12/17/12-9:30 AM
Vipshop Holdings Ltd. (VIPS), the Chinese web retailer that sells brands from Calvin Klein to Nike at a discount, is handing investors the best returns among foreign companies that went public in the U.S. this year as slower growth in the Asian nation stokes demand for low-cost items.   More >>
Tide Turns After a Flood of Chinese Listings The Wall Street Journal
12/05/12-10:07 AM
HONG KONG—When U.S. investors clamored for exposure to China's booming economy, attorney Mitch Nussbaum steered dozens of Chinese companies onto the U.S. exchanges. As the markets turned hostile, he embraced another role: helping some of these companies go private. Mr.   More >>
China’s Vipshop Jumps Most Since March IPO on Profit Outlook Bloomberg
11/14/12-8:24 AM
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Vipshop Holdings Ltd. jumped the most since its initial public offering in March as its chief financial officer said the Chinese online retailer is “on track” for profit following better-than-estimated third-quarter results. American depositary receipts of Guangzhou-based   More >>
Vipshop to Benefit From Chinese Economic Slowdown, CFO Says Bloomberg
11/14/12-5:09 AM
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Donghao Yang spoke in phone interview from Los Angeles. * Will benefit from slowing growth as co. sells discounted goods, he said * New Chinese leadership may cut taxes to stimulate domestic demand; will have “positive impact” on Vipshop sales * “Company is right on track to   More >>
Vipshop Holdings Ltd Issues Q4, FY 2012 Revenue Guidance Above Analysts' Estimates Reuters
11/13/12-10:24 AM
Vipshop Holdings Ltd announced that for the fourth quarter of 2012, it expects net revenues to be between $235 million and $240 million. For fiscal 2012, it expects net revenues to be between $627 million and $632 million. According to I/B/E/S Estimates, analysts were expecting the Company to   More >>
China's Rag Trade Looks Ragged Wall Street Journal
10/30/12-4:03 AM
Nike, Timberland and Other Global Brands Feel Effects as Slowdown Reaches Consumers.          Vipshop Holdings Ltd. unloads unwanted inventory from domestic and global clothing brands at a discount to Chinese consumers. Unfortunately for the global apparel industry, the company's business has never   More >>