More challenges loom ahead in the pursuit of profit for Nio, as the company fights for market share amid intensifying competition.
Following a key US deadline Tuesday, Huawei has lost nearly all access to semiconductors linked to US technology. That’s most of its semiconductors.
Powered by grassroots fans, Chinese ‘internet literature’ is big business. It does for Chinese film and TV what Marvel comics do for Hollywood.
In translation from our friends at GQ Reports, a dispatch from the blue collar heroes on the front lines of Wuhan’s battle against coronavirus.
Tech monopolies in China aren’t a mirror image of Silicon Valley—rather than walled gardens, think competing fiefdoms and proxy wars.
Meituan’s foray into intelligent warehousing further intensifies its battle with e-commerce leaders like Alibaba and JD.com to control the logistics sector.
It all started with an IPO. An initial public offering is usually a cause for celebration, but the biggest landmark in the history of Nio ended in dismay.
Luckin’s impending implosion has led to a lot of soul-searching with many questioning the environment that allowed Luckin to thrive.
The South Korean giant may sell more smartphones than anyone else globally, but in China, Samsung is little more than a bit player.
Elite boards that can overrule the board of directors are the latest fad in Chinese tech corporate governance.