Tencent has over the past month posted several computer chip R&D positions to its official recruitment website, including chip architect, verification engineer, etc.
In this week’s VC news: Convenience store chain Bianlifeng and education firm Jianzhi Education prepare for US listings, Alibaba Group launches a new fund, and more.
Chinese medical data company LinkDoc Technology filed paperwork on Monday to list shares in the US, as China’s digital healthcare industry continues to grow in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Didi Chuxing, China’s leading ride-hailing platform, unveiled the filing for its long-awaited US stock market debut on Thursday, marking a further step toward what could be the world’s biggest IPO this year.
Chinese internet giant Alibaba announced on Thursday it will develop driverless trucks with its logistics unit Cainiao, as the company ramps up efforts to follow a trend that may revolutionize the transportation industry.
At the 9th annual China Internet Audio & Video Convention (CIAVC), which took place in Chengdu on June 3, mainstream video platform officials voiced criticism of short videos and so-called“we-media”" platforms.
Chinese tech and e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding fell into loss-making territory for the first time since going public in 2014 after being slapped a massive anti-monopoly fine by regulators.
On May 10, Kantar and Google released their 2021 BrandZ™ Top 50 Global Brands in China report. Xiaomi was ranked No. 4, along with Alibaba, ByteDance, and Huawei in the top four on the list. Another smartphone-maker, OPPO, was ranked 6th and was selected as the Outstanding Globalizing Chinese Global Brand Builder.
China is moving closer to enforcing a new law that would crack down on the invasive practices of the country’s most powerful tech giants, as the draft of the Personal Information Protection Law has been submitted on Monday.
A dozen Chinese leading internet companies including Baidu, ByteDance and JD.com issued commitments on Wednesday to obey antitrust laws.
The Chinese government recently ordered a structural reform of Jack Ma’s Ant Group.
Chinese state media Xinhua News reported that Chinese E-commerce giant Alibaba received an ¥18.2 billion(US$2.8 billion) fine earlier on Saturday.
During a popular annual television program broadcast by state-run China Central Television on March 15 – which is also World Consumer Rights Day – several domestic and foreign brands were singled out for violations of consumer rights.
Ant Group CEO Simon (Xiaoming) Hu on Friday evening announced that he would be stepping down from his role at the firm, after an internal email was obtained by domestic media outlet 36Kr.
On March 1, Alibaba’s logistics service Cainiao Smart Logistics Network (Cainiao) announced a partnership with Saudi Arabian airfreight flag carrier Saudia Cargo.