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Tue, Feb 13 2018

BRIEF-Weibo Reports Q4 Earnings Per Share $0.58

* WEIBO REPORTS FOURTH QUARTER AND FISCAL YEAR 2017 UNAUDITED FINANCIAL RESULTS

China's steel city mulls extending winter cuts; Hebei denies

BEIJING China's Hebei province denied news reports on Thursday that it will extend steel production curbs imposed for the winter season, as sources told Reuters that authorities in the region's top steelmaking city Tangshan was considering such a move.

China's Hebei denies reports on steel production curb extension

BEIJING, Feb 1 China's top steelmaking province Hebei denied news reports that it will extend steel production curbs imposed for the winter season, the provincial government said on Thursday in a statement on its Weibo account.

China's Weibo social media site suspends portals after reprimand

BEIJING China's Sina Weibo was ordered to move several portals offline for a week after spreading obscene and wrongly oriented content, the internet watchdog said.

BRIEF-Tiger Global Management takes share stake in Redfin, Weibo, Autodesk

* Takes share stake of 7.7 million shares in Redfin Corp - SEC filing

BRIEF-Weibo reports third quarter non-gaap earnings per share $0.51

* Q3 earnings per share view $0.45 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

BRIEF-Weibo Corp prices offering of $800 mln convertible senior notes

* Weibo corporation prices offering of $800 million convertible senior notes

BRIEF-Weibo Corp announces proposed offering of US$700 million convertible senior notes

* Weibo Corp announces proposed offering of US$700 million convertible senior notes

BRIEF-Weibo reports Q3 revenue $320 mln

* Weibo announces selected results for the quarter ended September 30, 2017

China's Weibo looks to reward citizen censors with iPhones, tablets

BEIJING Chinese social media firm Weibo Corp is looking to recruit citizen censors to help weed out sensitive content on its platform, rewarding those who report the highest numbers of offending posts with iPhones and tablets.

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