Searching for long-term holders: Cynthia He of

We talk to Cynthia He, IRO of Chinese internet search engine, dubbed one of the hottest IPOs of 2005

Beijing-based internet search engine listed on Nasdaq on August 5, 2005. By August 8, its share price was trading 450 percent above its listing price of $27, near $154. By late March, it had dropped to $50, before moving back up to $90 by mid-May.
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