On the morning of April 18, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, together with Xiaomi co-founder Liu De, senior vice president Wang Xiang, general manager of Xiaomi India Manu Jain and local Indian colleagues, inaugurated Xiaomi India’s new headquarters in a southern city of India.
According to Hong Kong Economic Times, Xiaomi is expected to become one of Hong Kong’s first listed companies featuring “same shares with different rights”, and will submit application for going listed in Hong Kong as early as the beginning of May.
On April 12, @Meizu Accessory Weibo account released the poster of their upcoming products, on which says “Wake Me, When You Need Me. Meizu Halo, 422” without specifying what product it will be.
Didi Waimai, the taxi-hauling app Didi’s new food delivery platform, shared 9 posters on their official Weibo account on April 13th, claiming that a nationwide launch in site, also verifying earlier rumors of their entrance into nine cities.
Ant Financial Services Group announced today that Lucy Peng will be stepping down from her role as Executive Chairman of Ant Financial to focus on her new role.
According to “Technology Roadmap of Energy-saving and New Energy Vehicles”, a publication by the Society of Automative Engineers of China, the market share of driver-assist/partially-autonomous vehicles will reach 50% by 2020.
On April 2, Alibaba Group joined hands with Ant Financial in conducting the buyout of Ele.me at $9.5 billion. The Vice President of Alibaba Group Wang Lei will serve as the CEO of Ele.me, and there will be no differentiation between the teams of the two companies.
Meituan, one of the world’s largest e-commerce platforms of services, announced today that the Company has entered into an agreement to acquire Mobike, one of the world’s largest smart bike-sharing companies.
On March 31st, YOUXIA Motors announced its completion of Series B financing at a press conference, revealing the company’s financing information for the first time since its establishment in 2013.
CCTV recently uncovered links leading to false advertisements on Toutiao, a Beijing-based news-reading platform.