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Innovation Works and its Silicon Valley Dreams

Innovation Works, the Beijing-headquartered incubator founded by former Google China chief Kai-Fu Lee, has set up a base.

by Beidi Zhang | Sep. 15 2014

Shaun Rein on How China Will Become an Innovative Economy

China is not known to be an innovative economy, but Shaun Rein, author of The End of Copycat China, believes.

by Major Tian | Aug. 25 2014

Online money transfers and the “Skype” of money

Companies like TransferWise and CurrencyFair are gaining popularity in the online money transfer market. Will such services disrupt traditional banking.

by Bennett Voyles | Aug. 11 2014

InnoSpring: Bridging China and Silicon Valley

InnoSpring CEO Xiao Wang discusses the role of the first US-China tech start-up accelerator in closing the gap.

by Major Tian | Jul. 23 2014

Upwardly Mobile: Chinese Mobile Technology Start-ups face an Uphill Battle

Swarms of start-ups in mobile technology are feeling the effects of hyper-competition, illusive investment and fickle consumers. Fu.

by Matthew Fulco | Aug. 12 2013

Will crowdfunding change everything?

Once upon a time, two IT workers quit their jobs and ran off to Lhasa, Tibet, to start a youth.

by Bennett Voyles | Jul. 16 2013

Kickstarters: China’s Innovation Incubators

China’s incubators set entrepreneurial spirit in motion. Stephen Bell has high hopes for Chinese student entrepreneurs. The American.

by Matthew Fulco | May. 14 2013

The Hypergrowth Conundrum: Q&A with Noam Wasserman, Start-up Statistician

After surviving his own founding pitfalls and watching the failure of many other founding teams when he worked for a.

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 1 2013

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