Three CEOs of Chinese tech giants are among the top 10 of Fortune’s new “40 under 40” list released by the magazine on July 20.
Fortune Magazine published on July 19 its annual global list of 500 corporations. This year, 120 Chinese companies made the cut, which makes China a close second to the U.S. with 126 companies.
Xiaomi officially launches the Mi Max 3 with its highly anticipated 6.9-inch screen and 5500mAh battery on July 19.
ASUS is going to launch its new smartphone, the ZenFone Max Pro (M1), on July 24 in Taiwan according to a Taiwanese media report.
On July 16, Xiaomi announced through Twitter that it will soon launch the Mi A2 – the successor of Xiaomi’s first Android One powered Mi A1, and likely the international version of the Mi 6X.
Faraday Future (FF), the California-based electrical vehicle start-up, confirmed on July 15 that Xia Haijun, CEO of Evergrande Group, has assumed the post of FF’s chairman. Jia Yueting, the founder of FF, continues in his role as the global CEO.
Vatti Corp. Ltd., the Chinese kitchen-appliance maker, together with its franchisees, initiated a country-wide refund procedure in response to the French victory in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in the early mornings on July 16 Beijing time (CST).
Indonesia unblocked Tik Tok on July 10, ending its one-week ban on the Chinese short video app after it agreed to censor “negative content”, according to government statement.
Xiaomi said it will launch its Mi Max 3 on July 19, and the new phone will have “big screen and bigger battery.”
Tencent Holdings Limited announced on July 8 night that the company will spin off and list its online music entertainment business, Tencent Music Entertainment Group in the United States.