Meituan Dianping, a Chinese mega lifestyle app, has sent 89 people to the police as part of an internal anti-corruption campaign.

Since February, the company’s investigation division, dubbed “Major Crime Unit Six,” a name borrowed from a famous Chinese police and crime TV series, has closely examined the company’s operations.

The alleged suspects include staff members and others who were involved in nearly a dozen crimes against internal business operations. According to an official release, the company also sent 59 individuals from partner companies, who were involved in 18 corruption crimes, to the police.

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Runhua Zhao

Runhua Zhao is a technology reporter based in Beijing. Connect with her via email: runhuazhao@technode.com