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HONG KONG Leshi Internet Information & Technology, embattled Chinese tech group LeEco's main listed entity, said Sun Hongbin from investor Sunac China would take over as chairman from founder Jia Yueting.
HONG KONG An extraordinary shareholder meeting for the listed unit of indebted Chinese tech group LeEco ended amid protests from creditors on Monday and without the election of a chairman to replace embattled founder Jia Yueting.
HONG KONG, July 17 An extraordinary shareholder meeting for the listed unit of indebted Chinese tech group LeEco ended amid protest from creditors on Monday and without the election of a chairman to replace embattled founder Jia Yueting.
HONG KONG Uber Technologies Inc will suspend its services in Macau from July 22 as it has not been able to unlock the full benefits of ride sharing in the gambling hub, in another blow to the firm that is fighting legal scrutiny in many Asian markets.
HONG KONG Tencent Holdings Ltd has applied for a license in Malaysia to offer local payment services via its WeChat Pay, in what would be a first for the platform beyond mainland China and Hong Kong, the director of WeChat Pay's global operation told Reuters.
HONG KONG The founder of China's debt-laden LeEco resigned as chairman of its main listed unit on Thursday, just hours after making a public plea for patience amid a deepening financial crisis at the entertainment, electronics and electric vehicles group.
HONG KONG Tencent Holdings, China's largest social media and gaming company, agreed on Wednesday to feature its video content on the smart TVs of China's biggest television maker TCL Corp to expand its content dominance from mobile phones to living rooms.
HONG KONG Tencent Holdings Ltd has shrugged off concerns that a move to limit play time for some users of its top-grossing "Honour of Kings" game could hurt its bottom line, saying those targeted make up only a small portion of its overall user base. | Video
HONG KONG Chinese communist party mouthpiece People's Daily stepped up its criticism of a mobile game developed by Tencent Holdings, a day after the country's top gaming and social media firm said it is limiting play time for users of the "Honour of Kings" game.
HONG KONG Tencent Holdings, China's biggest gaming and social media firm by revenue, said it will limit play time for some young users of "Honour of Kings", responding to complaints that children were getting addicted to the popular mobile game.