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  • Reuters2 months ago

    LeEco's Coolpad says lawsuit filed against unit over loan due next month

    Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad Group, part of the cash-strapped LeEco technology conglomerate, said on Thursday a bank has sued a subsidiary, demanding early repayment of an 80 million yuan ($11.9 million) loan due Aug. 15. LeEco, a smart cars to online content conglomerate that is grappling with the fallout of expanding too fast, has been under growing pressure from its creditors and business partners. Coolpad said in a statement that the unit, Yulong Computer Communication Technology, had been sued by a Ping An Bank branch which argues that it can call in the loan as the financial situation of the guarantor, another Coolpad unit, had deteriorated.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    LeEco's Coolpad delays financial report again, cites audit problems

    Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad , part of the cash-strapped LeEco technology conglomerate, on Friday said it would further delay the publication of its 2016 financial results due to outstanding audit issues. Coolpad has repeatedly delayed reporting the results because of audit issues since March, when the annual report was due. The company needs more time to provide information requested by auditors of its annual report regarding "rationale and business substances of various prepayments and/or loans made by the company as well as going concerns", Chairman Yueting Jia said in a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Coolpad shares hit 4-year low on profit warning

    Shares of Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad Group Ltd slid to a four-year low on Monday after the company flagged a drop in full-year profit amid stiff competition, the latest part of the LeEco empire to come under pressure. Coolpad's warning came just weeks after Chinese conglomerate LeEco, which has invested in high-tech products from electric cars to smartphones, said it was grappling with a shortage of cash and suffering from expanding too fast. LeEco's billionaire founder and chief executive, Jia Yueting, said in a letter sent to Reuters that the firm was facing "big company disease" after having expanded at an "unprecedented rate".