Line indoor adventure park to make global debut in Bangkok

/ Jun 20, 2017

Line indoor adventure park to make global debut in Bangkok

The world's first indoor adventure park featuring "friends" characters created for Line Corp.'s immensely popular messaging app will open later this year in Bangkok. Line Village Bangkok says it will open a Line Village merchandise store Friday before fully opening its doors in the capital's ...

/ Feb 28, 2017

Sony, Line eye AI-powered consumer gadgets

Sony Corp. and Line Corp., Japan's most popular messaging service, are considering joining forces to develop devices powered by artificial intelligence. The companies are exploring opportunities around digital personal assistant technology to co-create a new communication experience, Sony said in a statement at the Mobile ...

Line declines after quarterly profit, sales miss estimates

/ Jan 26, 2017

Line declines after quarterly profit, sales miss estimates

Line Corp. posted its biggest drop yet as analysts cut ratings after fourth-quarter profit and revenue that missed estimates. The stock finished more than 10 percent lower at ¥3,755 in Tokyo on Thursday, the steepest decline since listing in July. Line's operating profit of ¥1.6 ...

/ Nov 9, 2016

Line sticks to Asia market despite splashy IPO

It staged one of the year's biggest IPOs but messaging app Line, while a huge draw among teens in Asia, says it has no big ambitions to take on Western giants such as Facebook on their home turf. The Japan-based company known for its popular ...

/ Jun 28, 2016

Line shoots for ¥112 billion IPO amid market tumult

Line Corp., Japan's most popular mobile-messaging service, and its owners are aiming to raise as much as ¥112 billion in what could become the biggest technology initial public offering globally this year. Backed by South Korean search portal Naver Corp., Line and its existing investors ...