Trip.com continued to grapple in the second quarter from stifling effects from the pandemic, and it expects the fallout to extend into the third quarter.
Turning to the court is Bytedance’s last resort because now both Beijing and Washington have a say in the Tiktok deal, and Beijing is not likely to agree.
Elliott and James try to get their minds around the Ant Group IPO, and the business behind what is likely to be the biggest IPO in history.
China’s Ministry of Commerce said that the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau has received an application from Bytedance to export certain technology.
The US government imposed license requirements on chipmakers which want to sell products that contain US technology to Huawei–Intel received the first one.
With Huawei increasingly cut off from the America-driven tech world, it’s betting on the new Harmony OS to build a new mobile ecosystem.
Alibaba rolled out its Xunxi Digital Factory program, while the pet e-commerce industry and healthtech sector are booming amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Following a key US deadline Tuesday, Huawei has lost nearly all access to semiconductors linked to US technology. That’s most of its semiconductors.
Accelerating passenger numbers for the Baidu self-driving pilot underscore China’s growing efforts to win the global autonomous vehicle race.
Bytedance is blocking links to e-commerce stores on livestreams in flagship video app Douyin as it vies for a share of e-commerce.
Wu Jihan, who was ousted from Bitmain operations in Beijing in May, took control of the company once again. Will his rival, Zhan Ketuan, pick up the fight?
China’s dominant smartphone makers have suffered setbacks from Covid-19 and the US-China trade war. Is 5G the light at the end of the tunnel?
Bytedance has chosen Oracle for a business partnership involving US operations for video app Tiktok rather than a sale to Microsoft.
Bytedance is planning to invest several billion dollars in Singapore over the next three years and make the city-state its beachhead for the rest of Asia.
A viral article exposed hazardous conditions for China’s delivery drivers, but many are skeptical that Eleme and Meituan will solve the problems.
Didi has streamlined its focus on revenue growth and efficiency, while scaling back its bets on non-core projects such as AI Labs.
The dual IPOs for fintech giant Ant Group are likely to be the biggest of the year, and Shanghai’s fledgling STAR Market could see a major boost.
A TechNode reporter tries out an AI-powered grammar tool from search company Sogou. It think it can make some improvements on William Shakespeare.
India banned another 118 Chinese-made apps, including Tencent’s popular video game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, as border tensions escalated.
Tiktok CEO Kevin Mayer said he had decided to leave the company and Vanessa Pappas, general manager of Tiktok US, will take over as interim global head.
This marks the first expansion for ride-hailing platform Didi into the European market after three years of global expansion mainly in South America.
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin cautions China’s focus on consortium chains will pose a challenge to its global blockchain ambitions.
The lawsuit will not save Bytedance from having to sell Tiktok but it may become a bargaining chip when negotiating with potential buyers.
Pinduoduo saw gains in revenue and monthly users, but US share prices dropped in response to its topline miss and questions about next steps.
The head of Tesla China urged employees to speak up in defense of the company on social networks amid a public spat with Pinduoduo over a Model 3 group buy.
The news rules announced on Monday mean non-US companies will have to seek approvals to sell chips made using American technology to Huawei.