Welcome back to our series on Bytedance, maker of TikTok (and many other things!) and the most richly valued privately-held tech startup in the world.
Game developer NetEase is eyeing a secondary listing in Hong Kong that could happen as early as the second half of 2020.
Beijing-based ByteDance, the owner of global short video app TikTok and Chinese news aggregator Toutiao, has appointed new China heads.
Chinese online retailer Jumei announced on Feb. 25 that it has accepted a merger deal with Super ROI Global Holding Limited (Parent) and Jumei Investment Holding Limited (Purchaser).
Episode 61 of Tech Buzz China is on K-12 edtech entrepreneurs, who are seeing their businesses grow instead of shrink in the wake of the coronavirus.
Ant Financial announced the launch of the INCLUSION Fintech Conference, an event that aims to bring together the global financial and technology community.
Chinese e-commerce company Jumei Youpin received a privatization offer from the buyer group represented by Chen Ou, Chairman, CEO and CFO of Jumei International on January 11.
Chinese media outlet Jiemian reports that ByteDance achieved its performance goals in 2019, with annual revenue exceeding 140 billion yuan ($20 billion).
On December 26, Huawei Cloud launched its cloud-based enterprise software WeLink for both governments and companies alike.
Due to the continuous increase in the number of Chinese developers, China has become the largest market for GitHub outside the United States.
Chinese tech media 36Kr reported that online recruitment app BOSS Zhipin has recently completed a new round of financing, raising close to $100 million.
Chinese internet conglomerate Alibaba Group announced on November 15 the launch of its long-awaited Hong Kong public offering.
However, when their e-commerce rivals like Alibaba’s Taobao and JD.com were boasting about their inflated GMV numbers during the shopping festival, Pinduoduo took another approach.
According to Chinese media reports, internet giant Alibaba is ready to start pre-IPO roadshows in Hong Kong next week.
Chinese audio content platform Lizhi has recently submitted its IPO prospectus to the SEC, and is seeking to raise funds in the region of $100 million.