The current level of technological development surely allows for more creative ways of dealing with natural disasters than simply sending tents and canned food to those who managed to survive the cataclysm.
China's largest online retailer JD.com has rebranded its own group-buying app & WeChat mini-program as ‘Jingxi’ to target consumers in China’s lower-tier cities.
Amazon is back with plans to open another online store on Pinduoduo, the latest e-commerce disruptor, challenging the industry’s status quo with year-round discounts, group buying and a shrewd focus on China’s underrepresented lower tier cities.
While Apple’s new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will not be available in stores until September 20, online pre-sales for the new handset have exceeded expectations by a landslide.
JD.com, China's e-commerce giant and retail infrastructure service provider, saw positive results from its second quarter of 2019, according to the newest earnings report released on Aug. 13.
According to the newly released Fortune 500 list, Xiaomi managed to break through now ranking 468th. Lei Jun, founder of Xiaomi, has previously stated that Xiaomi aims to break into the global Fortune 500 list. Now Xiaomi has achieved this goal.
American e-cigarette brand JUUL will officially enter the Chinese market and is reported to be negotiating terms for distribution channel cooperation with Tmall and JD.com.
Despite all the trouble that JD CEO Liu Qiangdong got himself into last year, his company, although expected to come to naught (JD’s stock price fell by 40%), has prospered. Obviously, that does not refer to every aspect of every project, but overall figures present an impressive achievement. With a yearly operating income of 462 billion yuan, JD made it to the very apex of the Internet and technology section of the Chinese Fortune 500 list.
China's e-commerce giant JD.com’s second-hand commodity trading platform "Paipai" will undergo a strategic merger with China's largest electronic product recycling platform "Aihuishou".
China's second largest e-commerce company JD.com quietly closed down its office in Melbourne after a little over a year of operation, putting the company's CEO Liu Qiangdong's ambitious expansion plans into the southern hemisphere on hold.
Two edited surveillance videos of JD.com's Richard Liu and his accuser Jingyao Liu were posted on Chinese social media Weibo on Apr. 22. It soon went viral and caused heated discussion in China. What the videos show seems to be unfavorable to Jingyao Liu, the Minnesota student who accused Richard Liu of battery and rape in a civil lawsuit.
Jingyao Liu, an undergraduate student at University of Minnesota, filed a civil lawsuit against Richard Liu and his company JD.com Inc. The lawsuit accused Richard Liu and JD.com of a total of six counts of false imprisonment, civil assault and battery, as well as sexual assault or battery.
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.
“Those who fool around all day long are not my brothers! I am responsible for the 180,000 families behind the 180,000 brothers. So I cannot cover for those one percent who fool around, I have no choice!"
According to Forbes, a record number of Chinese investors, particularly women investors, have made Forbes' 2019 Midas List.