Chinese online recruitment platform BOSS Zhipin will implement an internal "361" merit pay appraisal system, and the bottom 10% of employees may be fired.
Liang Rubo, CEO of Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance, issued an internal letter on Wednesday night regarding "ByteStyle."
Shanghai-based internet company 2345 Network Holding Group announced on Thursday that its wholly-owned subsidiary has recently invested in a partnership alongside institutions such as battery giant CATL and Guoce Capital.
Hangzhou-based internet technology firm NetEase has recently launched what has been referred to as an "emotional video interactive product" called Biying.
Internet technology giant Baidu has recently launched a new stranger-oriented chatting app named "Haiquanquan."
Charles Zhang, the founder, chairman and CEO of Chinese internet company Sohu.com Limited, on Monday denied rumors of the company's required delisting from U.S. stock exchanges.
Reports surfaced Monday suggesting that Chinese internet security firm Qihoo 360 has recently laid off employees from several departments in a disguised manner.
China's MIIT published a document in response to complaints from web users and media reports that some websites compel users to download an app while browsing the page.
Chinese internet technology firm NetEase recently launched what it calls the world's first one-stop music creation AI platform, dubbed "Tianyin" (天音 Tiānyīn).
Chinese Internet company ByteDance plans to disband its investment business as a whole, involving about 100 employees.
In December, people's social media was flooded with two explosive pieces of news: the massive layoffs within China’s Big Tech and the improvement of employees’ welfare.
Baidu announced on Friday that it will release its Metaverse product "Xirang" on December 27 and hold the upcoming Baidu AI Developer Conference in the new APP.
According to enterprise information inquiry platform Qichacha, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba set up a wholly-owned subsidiary called "Yuanjing Shengsheng" on Monday.
People familiar with the matter have indicated that Zhang Yong, CEO of Alibaba Group, is delegating power to the heads of various business departments of the company.
The round was led by Source Code Capital and Cathay Capital Private Equity, followed by Qiming Venture Partners, Yunqi Partners and Toutoushidao Capital.