Alibaba’s investment in Suning is a signal that companies in retail in China need a multichannel strategy: embracing both the online as well as offline worlds.
Four-year-old online vacation rental site Tujia, which is valued at $1 billion, offers Airbnb-like services with unique twists suited to the specific needs, wants and quirks of Chinese travelers.
What will happen to humans when the robots take away our jobs? Martin Ford, author of Rise of the Robots, on the imminent threat to jobs and the capitalist system.
In a short space of time Alibaba’s Ant Financial has created—and scaled—a diverse set of financial products and services: from online payments to cloud computing and data services.
Theme parks in China are in take-off mode once again, but could some be heading for a big drop?
Mobile wallets are taking off in China but it is too early to say what they mean for the use of cash and bank cards.
Big data promises to revolutionize the work of business and government, and China’s largest internet companies are leading the way
Mobile apps in China have created a bubble in which people can get most of the things they need without stepping out of the comforts of their home
The government should step in and regulate digital monopolies because at the end of the day, healthy competition benefits all.
The government has finally issued guidelines to regulate China’s internet finance industry, but the devil may lie in the yet-to-come details.