India’s version of “Black Friday” is becoming a major battleground for the two retail giants and their e-commerce expansion efforts.
Starbucks’ biggest challenger in China launches a joint venture with Louis Dreyfus Company in a move that could dent margins.
The world’s top gaming publisher wants a piece of Funcom’s Conan games.
The company still wants to lock millions (or billions) of users into a VR ecosystem.
When it comes to finding advantages in the U.S.-China trade war, the U.S. shouldn’t cut off its nose to spite the face.
Fitbit still tops its rivals in terms of brand equity.
Would anyone buy smartglasses that lack a display and a camera?
A big activist bet, insider purchases, and encouraging store traffic data are bringing back the bulls.
The agency claims that the online dating giant turned a blind eye to fraudulent accounts.
But will the company spend that cash on buybacks or forward-thinking investments?
The e-commerce giant expects its customer base to keep growing at a 3% yearly rate over the next five years.
The Chinese tech giant launched two new chips over the past year.
China’s biggest direct retailer launches Jingxi, a new group purchase marketplace, to counter Pinduoduo.
The tech giant believes brain-computing interfaces represent the future of AR and VR.
The tech giant follows up Stadia with another half-baked subscription service.
The government is sending officials to work with 100 companies in Hangzhou -- and Alibaba is on that list.
The Hero 8 will face tough year-over-year comparisons to the Hero 7.
Is the online dating giant afraid of losing Gen Z users to rival platforms?
The PC giant will beef up its enterprise-oriented devices by buying Bromium.
The Brazilian media claims that the duo could buy Oi, one of the top telcos in Latin America.