Microsoft announced that Microsoft Online, which was formerly known as MSN China, has reached a management buyout agreement to become …
Microsoft’s portal website in China at Cn.msn.com will stop providing its Simplified Chinese services from June 7, 2016. Cn.msn.com is …
The leaders of Facebook and Apple were in China this past week on separate missions with the same goal: gain better transparency and more access to the Chinese market. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was in Beijing for an event at a local university, and Apple’s Tim Cook met with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai to review […]
Microsoft will officially close its instant messaging service MSN in China on October 31, 2014. Microsoft already shut down MSN services worldwide in March 2013, with the exclusion of the Chinese mainland market; and the company started promoting its other communications product Skype. According to Microsoft, Chinese MSN services will be shut down on October […]
Microsoft has formed a partnership with Guangming Founder, which will operate Skype for Microsoft in mainland China. Founded in 2011, Guangming Founder is a joint venture between Gmw.cn and Founder, a Chinese computing company. The company mainly focuses on developing mobile new media businesses. Financial terms of the deal were not revealed. According to Microsoft, […]
Cn.msn.com, the official website of Microsoft’s MSN China, formally launched the Chinese version of the trend tracking service named msnNOW.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced plans to acquire the MSNLite team, which will focus on the research and development of the PC version of Xiaomi’s instant messaging application after the acquisition.
Baijob.com and MSN China have announced a strategic cooperation to jointly establish the job search and career recruitment channel of MSN’s Chinese website.
Chinese social networking site Renren.com has reportedly formed a strategic partnership with MSN China in sectors including social networking, instant messaging service, and open platform development.
Chinese Internet company Sina.com and Microsoft’s MSN China has jointly announced that the two parties have signed a strategic cooperation agreement and formally entered a social media strategic partnership.
Microsoft’s MSN China has announced the appointment of a new management team to enhance its management structure of technology and operation teams.
China’s leading travel search engine Kuxun.cn announced it has reached a strategic cooperation with Kaixin001.com, the famous social networking service provider in China, saying the two will work together to expand online travel business opportunities.
According to reports in local media, the Chinese Internet portal NetEase.com is in contact with MSN China and intends to take a 50% stake in MSN China from Shanghai Alliance Investment.
Information from an internal meeting of MSN China revealed that Chen Xiao, vice president of sales for MSN China, has resigned and will start his own business in the Chinese Internet sector.