Chinese coffee chain Luckin Coffee’s Chairman Charles Zhengyao Lu has faced criminal charges based on evidence of his involvement in financial scandals and the company’s internal investigation, local media reported on Wednesday.
While authorities found Luckin Coffee Inc paid taxes on bogus transactions, its CEO said their business model is correct and willing to participate in any investigations.
Chinese coffeehouse chain Luckin Coffee fired its CEO and COO amid an investigation into the company’s accounting scandal.
Rumors are circulating that Chinese travel service provider Ctrip is in negotiations to buy China Auto Rental (CAR) to expand its car rental business.
After a record-setting 2018 that saw Chinese VCs ladle out cash to startups at mind-boggling valuations, current numbers spooked global investors, some of whom regard the diminished numbers as a sign of an imminent industry debacle.
While China has made great strides in promoting quality in STEM education, why is this not translating into greater equality in the upper echelons of the tech sector.
As the number of urban factory workers in Fujian is dwindling, having fallen 22% between 2012 and 2016, the region is faced by the daunting challenge of repositioning itself on the industry specialization spectrum.
Luckin Coffee, the Starbucks challenger in China, is seeking to raise up to $510 million in the U.S. initial public offering (IPO).
On April 23, Luckin Coffee, the Chinese Starbucks challenger, filed for official IPO to the U.S. Security Exchange Commission, with the ticker symbol 'LK'.
Luckin Coffee announced today that it has received additional $150 million new investments based on the Series B-round financing that was completed in November 2018. The company was valued at $2.9 billion after the investment.
Luckin Coffee, the Beijing-based Starbucks challenger, registered RMB 45 million ($6.7 million) worth of movable assets as collateral to Zhongguancun Sci-Tech Leasing, according to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System.
The answer is NO. If you go to a Starbucks in the U.S., chances are you would bump into clusters of coffee consumers leisurely chatting to one another while waiting for their daily dose of caffeine. But if you are at a Luckin Coffee, you might only see the apparition of these faces in the…
In episode 32 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about Luckin Coffee, the hybrid online-offline coffee chain unicorn startup that’s turning heads in China with its rapid expansion and innovative business model.
Bejing-based coffee chain Luckin Coffee and Internet giant Tencent openly challenge the Starbucks-Alibaba alliance by announcing their strategic agreement on September 6.
Luckin Coffee announced on July 11 the completion of their Series A funding round, giving the company a valuation of $1 billion and bringing it into the unicorn club.