JD Logistics is a loss-making company that offers great service at lower profit margins. Can it fend for itself once it goes public?
Chinese companies are gaining ground in some parts of the automotive semiconductors market, in part thanks to acquisitions.
For many, finding a good deal is the main reason to join a community group-buying platform. Socializing with neighbors is a reason to stay.
The US is getting into the app bans game. No one is going to know quite what this means til Sept. 20, but here’s what we know now.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made fundraising more difficult even for artificial intelligence startups, a sector Beijing strongly supports.
Tencent is launching a QR code system for students in a bid to get brick-and-mortar schools emptied by Covid-19, running again.
Megvii has faced several hurdles in its attempts to list in Hong Kong including city-wide protests, a US ban, and now the Covid-19 outbreak.
As complaints about sales practices and safety questions get louder on the Chinese internet, Tesla seems to be brushing them off.
Next week, China will issue its 14th Five-Year Plan, setting priorities for the next five years. Here’s what we expect to see in the tech arena.
Parsing through the reasons behind the Ant Group IPO suspension: its microlending practices, the history of P2P lending, Jack Ma’s speech, and regulators’ warnings.