The Trade Desk Soars After Earnings Avoid Headwinds That Hit Social Media Digital Advertising Space

Digital advertising placement firm Trade Desk shares soared 21.5% after better than expected third quarter earnings. Relief came as $TTD avoided headwinds that plagued the social media industry in Q3, hitting Snap, Facebook (FB), Twitte r(TWTR) and Roku with underwhelming reports.

Trade Desk Boosted by Google Delaying Phasing Out Third Party Cookies Until 2023

Digital advertising placement firm Trade Desk shares soared 16% after Google said will delay phasing out third-party cookies.  $TTD has not been reliant on third-party cookies for years. Faster-growing segments such as connected TV (CTV) and mobile apps, use newer identity solutions such as TTD’s United ID 2.0.

China’s iQiyi Subscriber Base Grows With Shelter in Place Digital Demand

Chinese video streaming company iQiyi, an arm of China major Baidu known as China’s Netflix, reported first quarter earnings Monday after the close. Total revenues and subscribers rose driven by surging demand for digital entertainment when sheltering in place

China’s iQiyi Sees a 58% Increase in Subscriber Base but Losses Widen

Chinese video streaming company iQiyi, an arm of China major Baidu known as China’s Netflix, reported first quarter earnings Thursday after the close. The net loss widened to RMB 1.8 billion ($270.3 million), smaller than expected but with revenue lower than expected.

iQiyi Known as China’s Netflix Stock Jumps 22% After Earnings

Chinese video streaming company iQiyi, known as China’s Netflix  reported better than expected fourth quarter earnings Thursday after the close seeing the stock gain 22%. Losses were again huge, over US$500 million for the quarter, but revenue soared 55% exciting investors.

China’s Netflix iQiyi Earnings Suffer as Operating Loss Margin Widens

Chinese video streaming company iQiyi, known as China’s Netflix  reported worse than expected third quarter earnings Tuesday after the close. The operating loss margin blew out to 37% sending the $IQ shares sharply lower.

What Are The Risks of China’s Netflix iQiyi $2 Billion IPO

Chinese video streaming company iQiyi, known as China’s Netflix is set to go public Thursday on the Nasdaq under the ticker IQ and expected to raise $2.375 billion, the biggest IPO since Snap’s $3.4 billion last year. Baidu $BIDU is the majority owner.