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Former Sina Weibo CFO Joins Baidu

Chinese search engine company Baidu announced that Yu Zhengjun, former chief financial officer of Sina Weibo, has joined Baidu as …

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Didi Chuxing Launches Female Career Development Plan In China

On the heels of its American partner Uber ensconced in controversy of its treatment of women, Chinese ride-share company Didi …

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QQ Music Announces Business Restructuring, Personnel Changes

Chinese Internet company Tencent announced business restructuring and personnel changes for its QQ music business line. The company revealed that …

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Yang Weidong Earns President Role At China’s Biggest Video Producer

Yang WeidongUser-generated content first propelled Youku and Tudou into a post-IPO merger, and then Alibaba took control and privatized the company. …

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Telstra Appoints New Chairman For Autohome

Cynthia WhelanAustralia-based Telstra has appointed Cynthia Whelan as new chairman of Autohome.com.cn, a Chinese automobile website. Autohome’s former chairman Timothy Chen …

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Censorship Is LinkedIn’s China Friend As It Boasts User Milestone

LinkedIn Censorship in ChinaShen Boyang, LinkedIn’s global vice president and China president, said that the company’s number of users in China has surpassed …

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Twitter’s Appointment Of New China Chief Won’t Mean Much

Twitter in ChinaJace Dorsey, chief executive officer of Twitter, announced via a tweet that the company has appointed Kathy Chen as Twitter’s …

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China’s 58.com Gears Up For New Tech Growth

58comIts homepage may appear staid and plain, but the backend technology running Chinese classified information website 58.com is ramping up …

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Lenovo Begins Major Business Reshuffle Next Week

LenovoIt probably hurts to be a manager at Lenovo today. Nearly all of the company’s business groups face upheaval in …

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LinkedIn Expands Headhunting Reach Into China

linkedinLinkedIn, the U.S.-based social network for working professionals, announced that the company has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese …

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Chinese Internet Recruitment Business Names New Chairman

recruitmentChinese Internet recruitment website Zhaopin.com announced Peter Everingham, managing director of SEEK International, is the company’s new chairman of the …

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Suning Appoints New CEO (Yet Again) For PPTV

PPTV’s employees have received an appointment notice stating that Mi Xin will become new president and chief executive officer of PPTV, according to an insider from the company. Since being acquired by Suning in 2013, PPTV’s CEO has changed three times. The notice included three appointments. Fan Zhijun was appointed chairman of management committee of […]

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Why Is China Mobile Forming An Internet Company Now?

China Mobile’s Internet subsidiary named China Mobile Internet Business gained its business license on October 30, 2015, and has begun formal operations. But why is China’s largest mobile carrier forming an offshoot company solely focused on Internet services now? China Mobile president Li Yue revealed at the end of 2012 that the behemoth would establish […]

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58.com Acquires ChinaHR.com

Chinese classified information website 58.com announced that the company has acquired the well-known recruitment website ChinaHR.com. However, no financial details were immediately available. On the completion of the acquisition, ChinaHR.com will maintain its independent operation, brand, and team. As a result of the acquisition, Ireland’s Saon Group, former parent company of ChinaHR.com, will withdraw itself […]

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China’s Leading Classified Information Websites Announce Merger

Chinese lifestyle service platform 58.com announced a merger with its classified information listings competitor Ganji.com. According to the agreement, 58.com will acquire an approximately 43.2% fully diluted equity stake in Ganji.com for a combination of share consideration and cash, including approximately 34 million newly issued ordinary shares and USD412.2 million in cash. Meanwhile, the two […]

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Game Over For Zynga’s Beijing Office

American game developer Zynga announced that the company will close its office in Beijing. Zynga announced the decision while publishing its performance report for the fourth quarter of 2014. The company said that they will cut the 71 jobs in Beijing office and the related expense of USD7 million will be included in the first […]

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Suning Appoints Management Committee Chairman For PPTV

China’s Suning announced plans to increase its strategic investment in PPTV, a Chinese video website. At the same time, its board of directors appointed Fan Zhijun, executive president for Suning in East China, as chairman of the management committee at PPTV. Suning said that over the past year of transition, the strategic integration of PPTV […]

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Ganji.com Announces Major Executive Changes

Chinese classified information website Ganji.com announced its latest executive team structure, covering strategy, sales, business development, and marketing. Former Alibaba executive Chen Guohuan has been appointed chief operating officer of Ganji.com; former Taobao executive Zhu Xiaoping has been appointed vice president of Ganji.com’s channel department; and former Alibaba B2B business unit executive Wang Zhenghong has […]

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Sohu.com Loses One Of China’s Top Female Tech Executives

Chinese Internet company Sohu announced just before the March 8 Women’s Day holiday that the company’s joint president and chief operating officer Wang Xin will depart due to personal reasons after serving the company for 15 years. Joining Sohu in 1999, Wang is reportedly the core executive who has been with the company for the […]

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DeNA China CEO Resigns

Wang Yong, chief executive officer of DeNA China, announced in an internal email that he will resign his position as CEO at the end of January 2014. Wang also said after his resignation, Ren Yi, vice president of DeNA China, will take control of the China business. This has reportedly all been confirmed and decided […]

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LinkedIn Appoints President For China Region

LinkedIn has appointed Shen Boyang as its global vice president and president for the China region. In this new position, Shen will be responsible for the planning of LinkedIn’s services for Chinese members and customers. This appointment marks an important step for LinkedIn’s entry into the Chinese market. LinkedIn revealed in a report that the […]

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Majority Of Chinese Migrant Worker Parents Cannot Cope With Pressure Of Raising Children Away From Home

Beijing, China, January 10, 2014 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – Over 80% of Chinese migrant workers with left-behind children feel inadequate as parents, and experience frequent anxiety and guilt as a result of family separation and failure to provide for their children’s well-being and education. Parents form a large part of today’s workforce, and their well-being … >>>


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Shanda Literature CEO Departs

Shanda Literature announced that Hou Xiaoqiang, chief executive officer of the company, has stepped down from the position, and he has been replaced by Qiu Wenyou, chairman of the company. According to a notice published by the board of directors of Shanda Literature, Hou’s resignation is due to health reasons and he needs time for […]

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Sohu.com Confirms Chief Editor’s Departure

Chinese Internet portal Sohu.com has confirmed that Liu Chun, vice president and chief editor of Sohu.com, will depart the company. Liu’s departure is reportedly due to personal reasons. Liu joined Sohu.com in July 2011. During his service at Sohu.com, he worked as vice president of the company, chief operating officer of the video section, and […]

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Shanda Literature Cuts China E-book Staff

China-based Shanda Literature announced an adjustment to its Cloudary in which the company will divest its content and hardware businesses.

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Google’s Head Of Greater China To Depart

Google announced that John Liu, Google’s head of Greater China and global vice president, will soon depart the company, and his role will be taken over by Scott Beaumont, who leads Google’s partnerships business in Europe, in August 2013.

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Tencent’s VP To Lead Video Business Division

Chinese Internet company Tencent announced that Liu Chunning, former general manager of the online video business at Tencent, has resigned due to undisclosed personal health reasons, and Sun Zhonghuai, vice president of Tencent, will take over the duties.

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Uber Faces Uphill Battle To Control Taxis In China

American taxi service application Uber reportedly is seeking to fill several new job positions in Asia Pacific cities such as Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Bangalore, representing the company’s intention to vigorously expand into international markets.