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Passengers trapped in subway carriages in Zhengzhou watched in despair as water levels neared head heightSome struggled to reach rescuers trying to find them, while others sent what they feared were final messages to loved ones
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IN 2017, Su Hua, the founder of a Chinese startup called Kuaishou Technology, was on the verge of closing the biggest deal of his career – the acquisition of a fledgling video service that would become TikTok. But arch-rival ByteDance Ltd swooped in with a better offer, and Su missed out on what has become a global sensation.Now, the 38-year-old entrepreneur is getting some payback
If you can't join them, beat them: Kuaishou Technology's founder is aiming to beat TikTok, which he failed to acquire when it was still in its fledgling stage.
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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): People in the flood-ravaged province of Henan have suffered great inconvenience, economic losses and even tragedy in recent days, but they have been able to display courage and help others in a time of peril.
SINGAPORE: Indonesian e-commerce firm Bukalapak has raised US$1.5bil (RM6.36bil) in its initial public offering (IPO), the country’s largest issue, after pricing it at the top of an indicated price range, according to sources.
Alibaba’s latest recruitment drive opens up new positions in the company and at its major units like Ant Group, Cainiao and Alibaba Health. Hi-tech jobs on offer include those in the fields of computer engineering, data science, blockchain and security engineering.
Forbes China names Alibaba founder Jack Ma country’s most generous entrepreneur in 2020, as tech giants top charity list
Jack Ma donated nearly US$500mil in 2020, a year that ended with his companies Alibaba and Ant Group facing mounting regulatory pressure from Beijing. Tencent founder Pony Ma and ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming also made the top five, with China’s tech industry becoming the most charitable for the year.
The rush of donations comes as China’s tech companies are under scrutiny for putting profit ahead of social responsibility. Video clips of muddy water washing away cars and people on the streets of Zhengzhou, a city of 10 million, went viral on Chinese social media on Wednesday.