Following its IPO, JD Logistics should consider working with JD.com competitors like Alibaba’s Tmall, Pinduoduo, and Douyin.
Wang Haijia ruminates over the time he has spent as a delivery driver, highlighting the dangers of the job and comparing it to other work.
Luckin may be kicked off Nasdaq over fraud admission as board seeks to rein in shady listings. Delisting would put Luckin in the company of penny stocks.
As Meituan CEO Wang Xing’s right hand man—and college best friend—announces his retirement, TechNode takes a close look back at his career.
Luckin Coffee is offering a $400 million bond and issuing new shares less than a year after its Nasdaq IPO.
Chinese food delivery giants draw public ire, Dianping’s symbolic retreat is made official; and VC interest in e-commerce wanes.
You might think e-commerce is saturated and O2O has room to grow. What if it’s the other way round?
Online grocery platforms such as Miss Fresh, Alibaba’s Freshippo, and newcomer Dingdong give customers access to food delivery at the touch of a button.
Corruption was a trademark of China’s economic boom years, and now the attitude towards such practices is changing.
The company plans to increase its market share by expanding its retail business in the southern region of China and in Beijing.