Hungry Panda is exporting the Chinese food delivery model to homesick students abroad. But is it just an overseas clone of Eleme?
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.
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.
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A week ago we didn’t know if regulators saw e-commerce as a market. The Sherpa’s case show that delivering food in English in Shanghai is a market.
Even with consumers staying home, O2O companies Meituan and Eleme face challenges selling and delivering meals to them.
Various parties involved in Meituan’s food delivery ecosystem are pointing fingers at one another over missing profits. It doesn’t look good.
As the Chinese O2O market settles and room for scalability shrinks, an AI race is set to fire up again the competition in the sector.
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.