As Chinese tech company Xiaomi completes a phenomenal five years, we take you through the major milestones in its journey so far.
The networked organization has changed how business innovates—but will the new system last?
This week saw the end of Yahoo China, the Shanghai Composite Index peaked, and Uber found an unlikely partner in the Warren Buffet-backed BYD.
Xiaomi has attained an enviable position in the Chinese smartphone market. But will its current strategies help it retain its prized spot as it gains scale?
This week, Premier Li Keqiang lowered the China GDP growth target to 7% from 7.5% last year; US President Barack Obama voiced concerns over China’s proposed anti-terrorism law because of its likely impact on US technology companies; and Xiaomi entered GoPro territory.
The internet economy is bringing efficiency to the world of work, but it has downsides as well.
The internet economy is changing the contours of business, and organizations are fast-changing from rigid hierarchy-driven structures to networks.
This week, Qualcomm got a rap on its knuckles and a $975 million fine; Alibaba invested in smartphone brand Meizu; and the Chinese imports figure plunged. Bad Data The most recent indicators of the Chinese economy don’t look good. Imports fell sharply by 20% in January from a year earlier, the biggest drop since May […]
With its huge scale and steps toward global dominance, can anyone rival Alibaba’s might in China’s e-commerce sector?
The sharing economy has been threatening traditional industries in the West. Now it’s gaining a foothold in China.