Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. (QIHU)


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Prev Close76.69
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Day's Range76.69 - 76.93
52wk Range41.64 - 76.94
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap9.27B
P/E Ratio (ttm)32.54
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Volume13,087,271
Avg Vol (3m)2,236,681
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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    OSLO/BEIJING, July 18 (Reuters) - A $1.2 billion takeover of Opera Software by a group of Chinese internet firms fell through on Monday after failing to get regulatory approval in time, sending the Norwegian browser firm's shares to a seven-month low. The deal needed a green light from the United States and China, and one firm in the Chinese consortium said U.S. privacy concerns would have led to an investigation into some of Opera's products that risked delaying the acquisition for up to a year. The so-called Kunqi consortium, which includes online and mobile games distributor Beijing Kunlun Tech Co and search and security business Qihoo 360 Technology Co, will now buy certain parts of Opera's consumer business.

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    Chinese $1.2 bln takeover of Norway's Opera failed over U.S. concerns over users' privacy -Kunlun

    A $1.2 billion takeover of Norwegian online browser firm Opera Software by a Chinese consortium of internet firms failed over concerns over users' privacy, a key concern for U.S. authorities, one of the Chinese partners told Reuters on Monday. As an alternative, the consortium, which includes search and security business Qihoo 360 Technology Co and Beijing Kunlun Tech Co, a distributor of online and mobile games, will take over certain parts of Opera's consumer business for $600 million. "According to what we know, it was because of Opera's other services, and involves very many users' privacy.