Chinese Mobile phone startup rumored to shut down despite massive cash injectionChinese Mobile phone startup rumored to shut down despite massive cash injectionSmartisan, China’s high-profile mobile phone startup founded by Luo Yonghao, known as an Internet celebrity and marketing genius, is rumored to dissolve its Chengdu headquarters, which reportedly received an investment of 600 million yuan from a local state-owned company one year ago.

China's telecommunications giant ZTE expects third-quarter profit after 7.8 billion yuan lossChina's telecommunications giant ZTE expects third-quarter profit after 7.8 billion yuan lossChina’s telecommunications giant ZTE Corporation said on Thursday that it expects to return to profit in the third quarter after recordi…

Shanghai police, Huazhu Hotels Group investigate client information leakShanghai police, Huazhu Hotels Group investigate client information leakHuazhu Hotels Group has reported to Shanghai police after news that some 500 million pieces of client information were leaked went viral …

Waymo establishes wholly owned self-driving subsidiary in Shanghai as Google plans China pushWaymo establishes wholly owned self-driving subsidiary in Shanghai as Google plans China pushWaymo LLC, self-driving car division of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc., established a wholly owned company called Huimo Business …

McDonald's, Starbucks could take a hit in China as trade war fuels anti-US sentimentMcDonald's, Starbucks could take a hit in China as trade war fuels anti-US sentimentA growing sense of anti-US sentiment among Chinese consumers, fuelled by the escalating trade war, threatens to harm American fast-food b…

China’s ‘industry policy’ unexpectedly helps unruly property firms to raise rentsChina’s ‘industry policy’ unexpectedly helps unruly property firms to raise rentsAs China upholds apartment rental as an alternative to home ownership in order to satisfy housing needs of the country’s ever-growing mi…

China's Q&A site Zhihu completes financing to strengthen knowledge resourcesChina's Q&A site Zhihu completes financing to strengthen knowledge resourcesChina's question-and-answer platform Zhihu has announced at a press conference the completion of its largest-ever financing round of $270…



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