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How Mobile E-Commerce is Reshaping China’s Retail Landscape

 Mobile e-commerce is booming in China, so much so that traditional PC based e-commerce sites are feeling the.

by Liang Wenze | Sep. 11 2013

Technology trends that are Reshaping our World

When Karl Benz created the first vehicle powered by an internal combustion engine in 1886, little did he realize how.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Sep. 10 2013

CSR Special: Cultural Diversity and CSR Standards

While international corporate social responsibility (CSR) platforms have provided companies a list of standards in economic, legal, ethical and philanthropic.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 5 2013

Why hedge? How hedge funds reduce risk

Isaac Souede, Chairman and CEO of leading hedge fund management firm Permal Group, explains why “in today’s world, flexibility.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 4 2013

Foxconn Faces its Future

As one of the world’s largest employers and largest consumer electronics manufacturers, Foxconn has grown too big to.

by Bennett Voyles | Aug. 29 2013

What to expect from China’s Housing Bubble

CKGSB’s Liu Jing explains how China’s housing bubble relates to buyer expectations and why now is not the.

by Liu Jing | Aug. 28 2013

The Next Advertising Revolution

Ten years ago, internet advertising was in its infancy. It has since spread like wildfire. Will the rise of the.

by Chen Xiaorui | Aug. 27 2013

Global E-Commerce: China’s Jingdong Steps Out

Jingdong, China’s second-largest business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce site, recently went global. It debuted its English-language.

by Neelima Mahajan and Iris Mir | Aug. 26 2013

Jingdong leads the e-commerce charge in China

Jingdong (JD.com, which was formerly known as 360buy.com) began as a brick and mortar electronics retail company in.

by Neelima Mahajan and Iris Mir | Aug. 23 2013

The Ascent: How China’s State-Owned Enterprises Can Stay Competitive

China’s state-owned enterprises are making progress in honing competitiveness, despite political burdens In 2008, the seaport city of.

by Suzanne Edwards | Aug. 21 2013

The e-Grocery Gold Rush

China’s e-commerce companies are suddenly stocking up on groceries. Buying groceries in Chinese cities like Beijing and Shanghai.

by Iris Mir | Aug. 19 2013

The Economist: Thriving in the Age of Digital Media

With the advent of digital media, traditional print media publishers have struggled to survive. The Economist, however, has bucked this.

by Neelima Mahajan | Aug. 14 2013

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