The lending and wealth management unicorn Lufax is looking to tap into US capital markets, as regulators are increasing scrutiny of Chinese tech listings.
Elite boards that can overrule the board of directors are the latest fad in Chinese tech corporate governance.
A new round of consolidation in China’s community grocery delivery market is wiping out all but the largest players.
China fined five community group-buy platforms for price dumping, the “she economy” is on the rise as modern Chinese women power growth.
A closer partnership with Alibaba may help Starbucks in its competition with Luckin.
Trip.com debuts in Hong Kong for a secondary listing, Meituan is selling $10 billion in convertible debt to support its community group buy unit.
We hope the attached articles—our top 10 from the last year of our coverage—will help shed some light on this remarkable year.
Suzhou lottery winners can spend their RMB 200 of the digital yuan at JD.com, Didi, Meituan, or Bilibili—or pay their Party dues.
Alibaba Local Services Company is embracing “new retail” to fend off competitors such as Tencent-backed Meituan.
Is capital winter over? Huawei, JD, and Luckin are some of the companies whose fundraising is part of the great cash grab of early 2020.