As Meituan dominates food delivery, many of the restaurants whose food it delivers are struggling to get by. Regulators are asking why.
For millions stuck in Shanghai, purchasing daily goods has become a hassle. Community group buying has revived, thanks to its flexibility.
Meituan faces a profit squeeze as Chinese regulators order platforms to cut fees to help small businesses.
Even with consumers staying home, O2O companies Meituan and Eleme face challenges selling and delivering meals to them.
Meituan faces a renewed challenge from Alibaba in local lifestyle market as Alipay drives users to in-ecosystem services.
Delivery drivers were promised extra cash if they didn’t return to their hometowns during China’s most important holiday. Things are shaping up differently.
Increasing accidents, falling wages and unpaid salaries make for a risky job.
In May, Meituan Dianping unseated search engine Baidu as China’s third-largest listed internet company by market cap, behind only Alibaba and Tencent.
Chinese super app Meituan is expanding beyond its core strengths and trying to build a foothold with business customers in a bid to find new sources of growth.
You might think e-commerce is saturated and O2O has room to grow. What if it’s the other way round?