JD.com may list in Hong Kong as early as June

By Emma Lee

Chinese online retailer JD.com could be offering share subscriptions on May 25 for its long-anticipated Hong Kong listing, according to media reports, with a debut on the city’s board as early as June.

Why it matters: JD.com’s secondary listing on t…

INSIGHTS | Founders behaving badly

By John Artman

In the last week, we’ve seen Alibaba executive Jiang Fan demoted for an (alleged) affair with a major business partner, and Dangdang founder Li Guoqing attempt to seize control of the company by force as part of a very messy and very public divorce.
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JD.com finally launches mini programs

By Emma Lee

Chinese online retailer JD introduced its mini program open platform on Wednesday, joining a list of Chinese tech giants that leverage the technology.

Why it matters: JD’s adoption of mini program is relatively late in the game. The lightweight…