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The local tech firm is going ahead with the purchase of Wavemaker Partners US.
The board of listed technology firm Xurpas Inc. has approved the company’s purchase of Wavemaker Partners Inc., a venture capital management firm based in Los Angeles, California.Top Story: The 15 Most Stylish Men of Philippine Cinema  Xurpas is buying Wavemaker US for P170.7 million ...
 
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the consumer tech company says it’s also been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Listed tech company Xurpas reported a net loss of P48.57 million for the first half of 2020, taming the P115.38 million deficit it suffered during the same period in 2019.Also read: This CEO Grew Up Inside BilibidXurpas also posted its 2019 annual report ...
 
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Xurpas initially purchased Yondu from Globe for P900 million. It's now selling it back to Globe at a loss of almost P400 million.
Xurpas Inc. was once touted as a rising star in the local tech scene, having been the first Filipino tech company to go public in 2014. But the company seems to be going through a rough patch in recent years. On Wednesday, Xurpas ...
 
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The company suffered losses in revenues and net income in 2018.
Raymond Racaza is stepping down as chief executive officer of listed technology firm Xurpas Inc. effective today.This comes only six months after he was appointed to the position in July 2018, replacing chairman and founder Nico Jose "Nix" Nolledo. Nolledo has been ...
 
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Nix Nolledo was the Philippines' youngest stockbroker at 11, but that was only the beginning. His company's IPO raised a record-breaking P6.8-billion.
Nix Nolledo is a natural. At the tender age of 11, he read Fortune Magazine and was the country’s youngest stockbroker. He built his first tech company, Pinoy Exchange, from the ground up using only a few thousands pesos in personal savings. ...
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