The next latte you sip in China may be paid via the Tencent Wechat app.
D.Phone, the Chinese mobile phone retailer, is expanding its offerings with a new CNY2 billion deal.
Japanese apparel retailer Uniqlo ceased operations of its flagship store on JD.com on July 20, 2015, after only three months of operation.
Jeroen de Groot, Metro's newly appointed China president, recently revealed to the Chinese local media that Metro will accelerate its expansion in China through both owned real estate and leasing models.
Netizens in China's capital city have purchased more so far this year from online shops than from traditional department stores.
After blocking Tenpay and WeChat, two products of Tencent, JD.com announced it will end its cooperation with Sina Weibo and Alipay.
Following the launch of its group buying navigation service, Chinese search engine Baidu Inc. has now launched its group buying business T.baidu.com, which is currently only available in Beijing.
Alipay.com, the third-party Internet payment subsidiary of the Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba, has launched a new Internet trading platform for second-hand products.
Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com has announced via its official microblog that it plans to recruit 20,000 new e-commerce talents in 2012 to meet the development demands of the company.
At least one non-Chinese employee working for Apple was allegedly responsible for hitting customers waiting on line to buy the iPad 2 in Beijing, according to news reports from both local and foreign media.