TechNode is launching the Techlash Tracker, a database of major regulatory moves involving big tech in China.
Chinese observers predict that Ant itself could be broken up, and Ant-like rectification plans could be imposed on big tech fintech platforms.
China spends on importing semiconductors than it does on oil, and it hopes to make more at home. But a 70% ‘goal’ is probably a myth.
Ant Group said it has formulated a revamp plan to appease regulators after its $34 billion was shut down. Here’s what we know about the company’s future.
We wanted to give you a sense of the range of the field, so we’ve been tracking down Chinese cleantech companies that we think are interesting.
Chinese companies considering investment involving critical technologies must carefully consider their approach to minimize risk.
Global investors are missing out on opportunities with R&D-heavy companies in China’s fast-growing hard tech space, writes a venture capitalist.
Lu reveals his personal story on what it was like partnering with Masayoshi Son, founder of SoftBank Group and the Vision Fund, funding Alibaba, and bringing wireless services to China.
Hydrogen fuel, which can be used in applications from industrial processes to transportation, could allow China to move away from fossil fuels.
Alibaba was hit with a $2.8 billion fine for anti-competitive practices including “forced exclusivity.” What is it, and why did the platform use it?
The hot field of community group buying is already moving out of its gold rush phase. Chinese analysts are asking whether it’s turning sustainable.
The latest wave of antitrust penalties for China tech giants shows that the crackdown has not ended, and will only grow in scope and severity.