At a press conference in the US, American ridesharing app and Uber competitor Lyft just announced officially that it has partnered with Didi Kuaidi to integrate...
Didi Kuaidi, China’s biggest car-hailing app startup, today confirmed it has finalized a US$3 billion funding round.
From what Tech in Asia has learned, this is $1 billion added to its $2 billion July round, not a brand-new $3 billion investment.
Uber is set to raise at least US$1.2 billion for its China business, CEO and founder Travis Kalanick said today.
Representatives from China’s top three ride-hailing apps – Uber, Didi Kuaidi, and Yongche – were brought before Shenzhen authorities earlier this week for some ...
An Uber drive turned into a nightmare for one Chinese woman who was robbed, assaulted, and threatened with blackmail by her driver earlier this month.
Demographics and income suggest the market is ready. However, startups are struggling to really take off.
A new graphic in Caixin suggests that Didi Kuaidi owns more than 80 percent of China's car-hire services market. Uber barely has one-eighth of that.
Will financial muscle be enough to get Uber over the line in a rough street race in India up against strong startup rivals?
Some traditional motorcycle taxi drivers refuse to join app-based services in Indonesia. They’re seen as backward, but actually have good reasons to say no.
A Sina Tech report suggests that Uber might be having trouble raising US$1B for its China subsidiary thanks to concerns about its financial outlook.
Credit card payments in India require a two-factor authentication. The Uber app now adheres to this regulation, showing that it will bend over backwards to buil...
China’s top taxi app startup, Didi Kuaidi revealed today that it has raised a record-breaking US$2 billion in funding.
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 new editorial in the CCP's official print mouthpiece suggests that a resolution for private-car apps may not be coming anytime soon.
A passenger says she was raped by the convicted-criminal driver of a ridesharing app in China. But which app was it?
Within the span of a week, we have three very different numbers popping up in the press about Uber’s business in China. What's going on?