Cleantech startups like Carbonstop could benefit from China's recent drive to clean up its environment—with investment expected to reach $16 trillion by 2060.
The company claims its Xpilot 3.5 system will be able to control cars for 90% of drive time. However, shares fell on the news.
With the penalty issued in April, the Alibaba seeks to move forward and focus on key strategic areas such as long-term rivalries.
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Big auto and big tech announced EVs at Auto Shanghai 2021, putting pressure on young EV upstarts.
Stewart Randall talks about the semiconductor frenzy in China, and how investors can differentiate the contenders from the pretenders.
Meituan loses $16 billion after social media post, edtech faces more antitrust action, Didi's community group-buy unit may IPO next year.
Dingdong Maicai has raised $330 million in a funding spree that has exceeded $1 billion for the grocery app so far this year.
Wang Haijia ruminates over the time he has spent as a delivery driver, highlighting the dangers of the job and comparing it to other work.
Dogecoin-inspired Shiba has caught the attention of Chinese investors. Alipay will test the e-CNY on the platform, Qingdao will trial rewarding kindness with the digital yuan.
Cryptocurrency financial service provider Babel Finance looks to lure investors from traditional finance to the digital assets world.
SAMR said in a statement on Monday that it is imposing RMB 2.5 million ($389,000) fines each on edtech platforms Zuoyebang and Yuanfudao.
Didi is gearing up its grocery delivery business as a new revenue source as growth in core ride-hailing business plateaus.
Norway is the first stage of the company's ambitious expansion plan for Europe, which holds significant growth opportunities for Nio but may prove challenging.
TechNode is launching the Techlash Tracker, a database of major regulatory moves involving big tech in China.
LeapIn makes AI video interviewing software that helps companies manage talent and hiring. How does its technology stack up?
Chinese observers predict that Ant itself could be broken up, and Ant-like rectification plans could be imposed on big tech fintech platforms.
Chinese companies considering investment involving critical technologies must carefully consider their approach to minimize risk.
Despite the positive news, the filing reveals that Hello Inc. still has a ways to go to reach maturity. The company has faced massive losses.
As China’s semiconductor industry races to catch up with international standards, chip talent is one of its highest hurdles.