China's ridesharing app battlefield is fast turning into a cash-burning party.
It hasn't been a good week so far for Didi Kuaidi, China's biggest Uber competitor.
A passenger says she was raped by the convicted-criminal driver of a ridesharing app in China. But which app was it?
Over the weekend, China saw at least two additional large-scale anti-authority protests sparked by private-car driver frustration with law enforcement practices...
Guangzhou sting on private car driver leads to protest, raises questions about Didi and Uber’s future
A recent protest in Guangzhou over private-car ridesharing apps highlights a new side of the debate over whether such apps should be legal in China - and the bi...
This week, Uber VP David Plouffe gave an exclusive interview to the China Daily at the International Transport Forum (ITF) in Leipzig, Germany. Apparently, Plou...
Another bad sign for private-car ridesharing apps as Beijing authorities order Didi to clean up its "illegal" Didi Express and Didi Zhuanche services.
The new feature, Shun Feng Che, will focus on urban commuters starting in Beijing and roll out to 26 cities by the end of this month.
Weibo, China’s Twitter-esque social network, has invested US$142 million into China’s biggest taxi app startup.
Didi Kuaidi is giving away a fortune in free rides across China in the hopes of weakening its competitors.
A mass protest by cab drivers in Luoyang led to Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache offices in the city being closed by officials.
It's more trouble with the authorities for Chinese private-car apps, as Wuhan takes aim at Didi Dache's private car business.
Didi and Kuaidi have together rolled out Yihao Kuaiche, a low-cost ridesharing service that marks their first dual collaboration.
China's tech titans used to trample local startups, but now they're offering funding as they seek out partnerships.
China’s startups pulled in well over US$7.5 billion in investment cash in 2014. After all that, let's see who are now the top-funded startups.
The future of ridesharing and transportation apps in China remains unknown.
Alibaba and Tencent ramped up the taxi-booking battle in China by incorporating the startup services in their own mobile apps.
The merger puts Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache on a collision course with Uber for global domination.
Line's entry into the on-demand taxi industry could be a big hit in Japan. But what does that mean for the rest of Asia?
Tencent participated in nearly three dozen funding rounds this year alone, about half of which were seed, series A, or series B rounds.
As we approach the end of 2014, we can see that the year has been a monumental one for China’s leading startups.
Chinese taxi app Didi Dache revealed today that it has secured US$700 million in fresh, series D funding. This dwarfs the US$100 million it netted at the start ...
China's taxi app market is big and getting bigger, but it's not all that diverse. In fact, two apps account for more than 99% of the market, according to Analys...
There are secrets that are broken; there are secrets taken to the grave; there are state secrets for which people are hanged for betraying – and then there are ...
If you run a startup that has anything to do with cars in China, then there’s a pretty good chance you got funded recently.
China’s on-demand transportation startups are dominated by two companies focusing on taxi rides, but today, one of them is going upmarket. Kuaidi Dache, best kn...
China’s most popular taxi-hailing startups have long suffered jabs from government bureaus, as is common among transportation network companies (TNCs) around th...
More trouble for China's taxi apps as Suzhou’s transportation department outlaws all private-sector taxi booking apps such as Tencent-backed Didi Dache and Alib...