Back in May 2011, investors were giddy about the chance to buy a piece of Renren Inc.
Baidu Inc.’s grip on the Internet in China, where it handles more than 80 percent of online queries, is forcing the nation’s second- and third-biggest search engines to consider a merger.
China has set up a new department to supervise the Internet, as the government steps up efforts to tighten control over the world’s largest online market.
Today, Alibaba Group is China's largest e-commerce company. But more importantly, what will it be tomorrow?
Liu Yuguo opened his first online store six years ago, laden with debt after several failed attempts at bricks-and-mortar businesses in China’s big cities.
If you listen to Robin Li tell his story about founding what would become China's top desktop search engine, and the challenges his company now faces in a mobile world, we're reminded of a recurring truth in tech: Timing is everything.
When Amazon.com Inc. unveiled its Kindle store in China in December, something was missing: the Kindle.