News emerged on Monday that Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee is considering carrying out a public listing in Hong Kong as its business gets back on track. However, the company issued a statement denying such reports.
Chinese coffee chain Luckin Coffee released its audited financial statements for the 2021 fiscal year on Thursday. The report shows that the revenue of Luckin Coffee throughout the year was $1.25 billion, a year-on-year increase of 97.5%.
Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee on Monday announced that the company has successfully completed the restructuring of financial debt and has emerged from bankruptcy proceedings under United States code.
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Luckin Coffee on Thursday announced its unaudited financial results for the three months ended December 31, 2021 and entire fiscal year.
Coffee chain Manner Coffee announced last Sunday that it will launch delivery services in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and other cities by cooperating with food delivery giant Meituan.
Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee on Monday announced that, pursuant to an order by the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands dated February 25, 2022, the firm's winding up petition has been dismissed.
Seesaw Coffee has completed an A++ round financing worth several hundred million yuan. This round of financing was led by BA Capital and followed by Costone Capital.
Many Chinese web users took to social media on Wednesday to comment that Starbucks has raised the price of various products by 1-2 yuan ($0.16-0.32), including americanos, lattes and a range of food items.
According to an internal letter issued to employees by Chairman and CEO of Luckin Coffee, Guo Jinyi, Luckin had opened about 360 new stores in the month of January, setting a new record for the company.
A consortium led by Centurium Capital, a Beijing-based investment company, now owns more than 50% of domestic beverage chain Luckin Coffee, which was previously plagued by a series of scandals.
Reports have emerged that Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee is exploring plans to relist its shares in the U.S. following a high profile removal in June 2020. Luckin has since denied the report.
Recently, Li Guoqing, founder of Chinese e-commerce platform Dangdang, released a video questioning Luckin Coffee's purchase of nearly half of the available Hambella coffee beans.
Luckin Coffee released its unaudited financial report for the third quarter of 2021 on Thursday. The data showed that its total net revenue in the third quarter was 2.35 billion yuan ($364.7 million).
Nowwa Coffee, a Chinese coffee chain, announced that it has completed two rounds of financing, namely, a B round and a B+ round, with a cumulative amount of 200 million yuan ($31.51 million) raised.
On Tuesday evening, Luckin Coffee issued three announcements. The first was that the company had entered into a binding agreement to settle its US securities class action lawsuit with the lead plaintiffs.
Luckin Coffee Inc. released the third report of the Joint Provisional Liquidators to the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands on Tuesday night.
Chinese domestic media outlet Cailian Press on Tuesday reported that Luckin Coffee is planning a new round of financing, including participants such as Focustar Capital (FSC).
The fraud scandal hasn’t knocked Luckin out of the ring: today, it remains China's second-largest coffee chain. How did Luckin survive the turmoil?