Electric vehicle startup NIO will officially begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) starting on September 12, under the ticker symbol “NIO”. This is the first Chinese EV startup to go public in the U.S.
Redcore, a Beijing-based start-up that claims to have produced a homegrown web browser used by key government bodies and state-run companies, is besieged by complaints of false advertisement as users discover it uses parts of Google’s Chrome files.
Electric vehicle startup XPENG Motors will manufacture G3 electric SUV and the delivery will start at the end of 2018.
Lu Qi, AI expert and former Chief Operating Officer of Baidu Inc., was named founder and Chief Executive Officer of Y Combinator China, signaling the Silicon Valley incubator’s ambition to expand its global operations.
Sellers on Elanic has brought in an average of $250 USD income to themselves through a 12-minute commitment per day, with the top 5% sellers making as much as $1500 USD and some making well over $5000 USD.
At the Press Conference of the First Session of the 13th CPPCC National Committee, Richard Liu, CPPCC member and JD.com founder, provided some suggestions for young people establishing their own companies.
Since the Spring Festival of 2018, enterprises have concluded their annual meetings, revealing numerous important information.
Google and WPP released a list of the Top 50 Chinese Global Brand Builders 2018 on February 6 in Beijing.
On January 31, the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released the 41st statistical report of China Internet network development in Beijing. As of December 2017, China’s Internet population reached 772 million, with a penetration rate of 55.8 percent.