Uber said today the company is investing nearly US$1 billion (RMB 6.3 billion) into China as it battles homegrown arch-rival Didi Kuaidi.
Shanghai authorities have allowed Didi Kuaidi to run its private driver service in the city.
And no, there was no riot in the streets.
China's most used ride-hailing app Didi Kuaidi announced an investment in Indian equivalent Ola. It now owns a stake in every major Uber rival on the planet.
Uber today opened its API to app developers in China in a bid to become a ubiquitous service in the country.
In Seattle last night, a group of US tech executives joined their Chinese counterparts to meet with China’s president Xi Jinping on his state US visit.
Uber is today launching UberCommute in its number one global city: and it might not be where you’d expect it.
Bangalore will join cities in the US, France, and China with UberPool. This introduces cheaper rides in a value-for-money market, but also new scope for confusi...
Baidu is thinking about escaping the American stock market, where it says investors fail to understand the importance of its big O2O investments.
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...
Jugnoo wants to strengthen its position in the hyperlocal space.
Sameer Singh, our first guest on the podcast, joined us to discuss all things business and technology from Alphabet to Uber. We began instead with an interview ...
What do you do when you’ve got China’s domestic car-hailing market locked down, you’re raking in billions of dollars, and you’re dubbed one of China’s most exci...
In a speech, Kalanick said that Uber is just getting started in China and will soon expand to at least 100 Chinese cities.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just confirmed Uber is raising a US$1.2 billion round, but it still isn't closed and details remain scarce. What's taking Uber so long?
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 ...