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Jack Ma’s advice for Chinese entrepreneurs in the time of coronavirus: retool, reflect and restore work at a steady pace
The coronavirus epidemic in China presents an opportunity for entrepreneurs to retool themselves and prepare for the growth, said Ma, who drove Alibaba to launch Taobao in 2003 during the Sars outbreak. In his lecture at the Hupan College, Ma channelled Kazuo Inamori, the legendary founder of Kyocera Corporation.
China’s AI champion SenseTime latest to offer online learning after students told to stay home amid coronavirus outbreak
It is the first time that SenseTime has made available a countrywide education program for free. Previous forecast of annual growth of between 16% to 24% in online education sector over next three to five years may be revised upwards.
Wang Feng, house-bound by China’s virus outbreak, counts on the parka-clad delivery drivers of e-commerce giant JD.com to keep her kitchen stocked.
APPLE Inc has thrown out its March-quarter revenue guidance three weeks after providing it.
China's government is enlisting the help of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Tencent Holdings Ltd to expand colour-based systems for tracking individuals affected with the coronavirus nationwide.
With schools remaining closed during coronavirus outbreak, China launches national remote learning platforms
A new national cloud learning platform will provide junior and senior high school students with study resources online. At the same time, educational content will be broadcast on national TV for primary school students.
Alibaba Group's communication app DingTalk has begged China's school students to stop venting anger on the software after they gave it poor grades when made to use it to attend online classes.
In the middle of a phone call with a customer, an important visitor knocks on Michael Xiong's door: his three-year-old son.
With the coronavirus outbreak in China continuing to spread, McDonald's Corp, Starbucks Corp and other fast-food companies are ramping up "contactless" pickup and delivery services to keep their workers and customers safe, the companies said.
With each passing quarter, Amazon, Microsoft and Google have been setting new records, while cloud computing has become the invisible backbone supporting much of our daily lives. Its potential to become an even bigger part of people's daily existence is sky-high.