The iPhone went on sale today for the first time with a simultaneous launch in China.
As the Chinese mobile phone market slows down Xiaomi is looking to diversify its product range with its latest announcement pointing at laptops.
As the online medical services industry heats up, Guahao is slated to become the next startup unicorn riding the wave of digitalization occurring in the sector.
Alibaba has announced plans to adopt the Hangzhou+Beijing dual-center strategy, shifting Tmall’s offline sales service to Beijing.
Tencent CEO, Pony Ma has again sold more of his Tencent stock but it is not yet clear whether this is for personal gain or as part of company strategy.
Speed delivery service, Beequick, will expand ahead with new capital, all the while continuing to take advantage of idle community resources over expensive logistics operations.
Xiaomi has cleared up confusion surrounding the manufacture of its screen components, explaining responsibility for manufacture rests with several companies.
Liu Qiangdong, founder of JD.com, warns of the prospect of a Chinese dot-com bubble and criticizes the popular practice of fundraising without a firm business foundation.