Sleepace, maker of a gadget that monitors people’s sleep, revealed today that it has secured US$7 million in series B funding.
Chinese ecommerce giant JD was one of the investors to buy into this week's $30M series B round in Xiachufang, an online cooking community that is also becoming...
HWTrek, a Taipei startup that connects hardware makers with experts to help build marketable products, today announced it has completed a US$4M series A round.
FruitDay claims to be the largest fresh produce etailer in China by revenue, and it expects to have more than 10 million users this year.
The partnership will see Kingdee offering its cloud-based services to merchants on JD’s online marketplace.
The lazy economy meets the sharing economy.
Latest earnings show steady growth for China's same-day delivery ecommerce player.
Tuniu, a NASDAQ-listed Chinese travel and tourism site, announced today it has secured a US$500 million investment led by ecommerce giant JD.
China’s startup scene is ridiculously hot right now, so much so that China’s tech CEOs are talking about it a lot.
In order to bypass the grey market, China's internet giants and the government are allowing ecommerce warehouses in free trade zones.
Yet another DIY travel startup secures funding in China, but can it cut out a place for itself in this saturated market?
The lightning-fast online retailer is betting on the on-demand economy.
As opposed to traditional rewards-based crowdfunding like Kickstarter, backers of projects on JD will be able to buy equity in the company they’re supporting.
The Xbox One may have been the first console to launch in China in nearly a decade, but things haven’t been going that well for Microsoft’s gaming arm in the Mi...
China’s market regulator said today that the government will regulate ecommerce more strictly in an upcoming clampdown on counterfeit products and poor customer...
JD, China's second-biggest ecommerce company after Alibaba, today announced its fourth quarter 2014 earnings report.
China’s biggest ecommerce giant, Alibaba, has found itself in a bit of trouble recently. Chinese authorities have criticized the site for featuring too many fak...
Pre-orders do not equate to sales, but the figure provides a strong outlook for the smartphone maker that just re-entered China under its new owner, Lenovo.
Just over 40 percent of the stuff that Chinese people buy online is fake, said a recent government-backed report.
China's Ministry of Commerce inspected 92 different products from ecommerce sites over the second half of 2014, and nearly 40 percent of them were fake.