Li Guoqing, E-commerce platform Dangdang's deposed cofounder, forced his way into the company with 20 people to obtain some important files.
Alibaba helps small and medium-sized enterprises at the world's largest wholesale trading hub gain more overseas exposure by building a cross-border e-commerce platform.
This year’s 618 Mid-year Shopping Festival ended Thursday, with record sales of trillions of yuan from multiple online retail platforms.
Pinduoduo, China’s third largest e-commerce platform is making efforts to diversify its business by launching new services.
Luckin Coffee opened an online store on its app and WeChat mini program, selling a wide range of products at discounted prices.
Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo launched an updated version of its business communication platform Knock.
On March 11, China's third largest e-commerce company, Shanghai-based Pinduoduo reported their fourth quarter results for the year 2019.
On March 9, Didi Chuxing debuted a courier service in an attempt to capitalize on a period of restricted mobility for normal citizens.
With a seamless integration of e-commerce into social media, including video sharing and live-streaming, sellers on Kuaishou are able to bring down-to-earth content and goods to its users. That's what the so-called “老铁经济,” or “homie economy,” is all about.
Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang took to the stage in Hangzhou to share his visions on platform economy and how it could make global commerce more inclusive.
Tmall, China’s largest B2C platform under Alibaba Group, formed a strategic partnership with U.S.-based VF Corporation on June 13.
On May 15th, Alibaba Group announced their financial results for the quarter and fiscal year that ended in March 31, 2019. Their announcement coincided with that of Tencent, who also launched the financial results for the first quarter 2019.
In recent research conducted by a marketing and communications group WPP and consulting firm Kantar, Alibaba was named the most valuable non-US retail brand in the world.
Amazon will be exiting China and releasing an official statement on the matter this week, as insiders have told Chinese media. Actual date of disclosure is unknown.
Lazada, a Southeast Asian e-commerce platform owned by Alibaba Group, held a cross-border e-commerce conference on Mar. 7, and announced a series of cross-border business strategy upgrade initiatives.