Mergers and Acquisitions
The Rise of HNA: Flying Too High?
| Jun. 28 2017
HNA Group is the most acquisitive Chinese conglomerate in China. Through acquisitions, the group quadrupled its size and made its.
A Firm Called Wanda
| Oct. 10 2016
Dalian Wanda, one of China’s biggest property companies, has grown into an empire.
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Uber-Didi Merger Ends a Fierce Rivalry for Market Share
The battle for car hailing market share has ended with Uber merging its Chinese business with Didi Chuxing.
| Sep. 7 2016
Will Fosun Group Become Another Berkshire Hathaway?
Fosun Group has grown from a small consulting firm in Shanghai to China's largest private conglomerate.
| Aug. 3 2016
The Online Sector in China: When Rivals Work Together
China's online sector is witnessing a series of frenzied M&As and partnerships between sworn rivals.
| Jan. 11 2016
How BAT and Xiaomi are investing in other companies
Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent and Xiaomi are busy investing in other companies to outdo each other.
| Nov. 10 2015
The New Empire Builders: China’s Digital Conglomerates
China is witnessing the rise of a new breed of digital conglomerates.
| Sep. 22 2015
A (Big) Fish Called Wanda: Wang Jianlin’s Business Empire
Dalian Wanda Group has its fingers in many pies: from real estate and retail to sports and entertainment.
| Sep. 17 2015
Understanding China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
At times controversial, China’s Anti-Monopoly Law is playing an increasingly important role in the country.
| Jun. 29 2015
Brave Old World: Leading the Mature Company
Whether it’s the progress of technology, the rapid growth of the emerging markets, or the nature of capitalism to.
| Apr. 29 2015
Gold Rush: Chinese Tech Companies Invest Overseas
Having established their dominance at home, China’s leading tech companies are increasingly turning their gaze overseas.
| Apr. 20 2015
Railroaded? The Logic Behind Merging Two Chinese Train Manufacturers
Examining the possible reasons behind the merger of two Chinese train manufacturers, China CNR Corp. and CSR Corp.
| Dec. 9 2014
Chinese Outbound Investment in Entertainment: Pass Me the Popcorn!
Chinese outbound investment in entertainment is growing phenomenally. A look at the big deals like Dalian Wanda's purchase of.
| Nov. 27 2014
Chinese Outbound Investment in Technology: Bits, Bytes, and All Things Tech
What are the likes of Lenovo, Tencent, Huawei and Alibaba buying? A look at some of the most significant Chinese.
| Nov. 18 2014