The gaming and social media firm is one of several Chinese Internet companies whose prospects are suddenly in question after years of spectacular growth.
As a prelude to the conference, the organisation will tour six cities in Africa to source the best start-up talent.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn says investors remain charmed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, boosting the stock by 30% in the first quarter.
While Facebook reported surging quarterly profit and revenue yesterday, its shares dipped as investors showed nervousness about future earnings.
Investors quietly buy into a European industry they see as being at the heart of disruptive digital developments across sectors.
The software company's revenue forecasts have let down investors hoping for growth.
The waves of cash surfed relentlessly by some of Silicon Valley's venture-backed businesses show signs of receding.
Despite investors knocking $65?billion off its market value, analysts remain as upbeat as ever about the tech giant.
Dell's largest independent investor, Southeastern, is now trying to kill a deal that it had wanted to participate in, say sources.
The pay-TV operator's board takes protective measures, while the company continues to struggle to find an equity partner.
Shares bounced back from record lows in frenetic trading yesterday, to finish in positive territory for the first time in four days.
The roadshow for Facebook's IPO is scheduled to start on Monday, meaning the company's shares should begin trading on 18 May.