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Tycoons sell all of their shares after years of building fortunes

Nguyen Anh Nhuong Tong, Boss Thuy and Boss Duc have sold all of their shares in their companies.

VinaCapital completes divestment from Yeah1

DFJ VinaCapital Venture Investment has announced that it divested its entire 4.87% stake in Yeah1 Group Corporation (YEG).

Media tycoon has no way out after suffering losses

The VN-Index has been in the top of the world's strongest stock indexes since the beginning of the year with an increase of more than 16%. Over the past year, the index has increased by nearly 50% despite the Covid-19 pandemic.


New app downloaded a million times, prove business coalitions here to stay

A new programme execution app called MEGA1 has surprised the market by topping one million downloads in just over a month after its launch.

Businessmen play big, lose big

President of Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group Doan Nguyen Duc decided to spend VND240 billion to buy back HAGL bonds, while the owner of Yeah 1 lost VND2.2 trillion in 2019.

Service offering to erase Facebook accounts available in Vietnam

In early December, many Facebook users received ads about a service – eliminating Facebook accounts – on the social network.

Yeah1 Group says its technology can help newspapers compete with Google, Facebook

Nguyen Anh Nhuong Tong, president of Yeah1 Group, said that Yeah1 will help local newspapers compete equally with Google and Facebook in terms of revenue if the press agencies cooperate with Appnews Vietnam.

Is cash flow continuing to head for Vietnam’s startups?

The trouble with Yeah 1 has affected investors’ view on Vietnam’s technology firms, which need more venture funds.

Yeah1, YouTube cooperation temporarily extended

Yeah1’s subsidiaries are still on YouTube after the termination of their contract at the end of last month, as YouTube has agreed to give the company more time to move its content from the YouTube platform, Thanh Nien newspaper reported.


Yeah1 buyback delay throws cold water on shareholders

Yeah1 (code:YEG) casts a chill over its shareholders due to no signs to buy back millions of YEG stocks as it promised before.


Posting videos on Facebook via Yeah1 network could lead to bad content

VietNamNet Bridge - Yeah1, the multi-channel network on Youtube and Facebook, has launched a system allowing the sharing of revenue from videos posted on Facebook with fanpages that have at least 10,000 likes in Vietnam.