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The three-year plan involves working with 50,000 independent software vendors to help service providers adopt Alipay technologies. Alipay has encouraged developers to create mini programs to enable partners to access Alibaba’s ecosystem.
Apple Inc’s Chinese smartphone shipments plummeted an estimated 20% in 2018’s final quarter, underscoring the scale of the iPhone maker’s retreat in the world’s largest mobile device arena against local rivals like Huawei Technologies Co.
Electronics giant Foxconn reversed course and announced Wednesday that the huge Wisconsin plant that was supposed to bring a bounty of blue-collar factory jobs back to the Midwest – and was lured with billions in tax incentives – will instead be primarily a research and development center staffed by scientists and engineers.
Nokia plans to cut up to 200 more jobs in Finland because of weak demand for its telecom network equipment.
A dusty village on the outskirts of Ningde, a third-tier city in China's southeast, seems an unlikely place for the headquarters of a potential global leader in future automotive technology.
China's business regulator said it has warned leading online shopping companies, including Alibaba Group Holding and JD.com, against adopting dodgy sales tactics at the upcoming "Singles Day" festival, China's biggest shopping day of the year.
China's business regulator said it has warned leading online shopping companies, including Alibaba Group Holding and JD.com, against adopting dodgy sales tactics at the upcoming "Singles Day" festival.
Dell Inc's cyber security unit SecureWorks Corp raised US$112mil (RM437.22mil) in the first US initial public offering of a technology company in 2016, less than it had hoped for.
China's online censorship system protects national security and does not discriminate against foreign companies, the country's Internet regulator said, after the United States labelled the blocking of websites by Beijing a trade barrier.
Shares of Square Inc, the mobile payments company co-founded and still run by Twitter Inc chief executive Jack Dorsey, soared as much as 64% in their market debut, following a marked-down initial public offering.