Posts Tagged ‘Haidian’

Xiaomi Builds Upon “Close” Tech Relationship With Kingsoft In China

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi and security software provider Kingsoft jointly announced that the two companies will invest to build a technology industrial park in the Haidian district of Beijing to establish a mobile Internet ecosystem. In the future, Xiaomi and Kingsoft will both locate their headquarters in this industrial park. Lei Jun, who is founder […]

Microsoft Ventures Enters China

Microsoft announced that its Microsoft Ventures, a startup initiative that aligns the BizSpark community program, the Accelerator program, and the Seed Fund, has been formally launched in China. Meanwhile, the company announced the third batch of enterprises that are included in Microsoft’s cloud accelerator. Microsoft Ventures integrates Microsoft’s various resources on a worldwide platform for […]

Beijing Government Says’s Staff Dismissals Are Illegal

Earlier this month, Chinese online video website announced it was downsizing staff by up to 20%. But now local media reports state those layoffs are not legal. In accordance with the related items in the Chinese Labor Law and Labor Contract Law, the Bureau of Human Resources and Social Security of Beijing’s Haidian District […]

China’s National Institute For Digital Copyright Research Opens In Beijing’s Zhongguancun

Supported by the government of Haidian district, Beijing, China’s National Institute for Digital Copyright Research […]

Kingsoft’s Office Relocation Has Employees Scurrying In Beijing

According to an insider from the Chinese software provider Kingsoft, because the company will move its Beijing office to the new office building at Shangdi, Haidian District, in March 2009, a few employees have already handed in their resignation letters.

Kingsoft Will Move To New Beijing Office Building In March

The Chinese software provider Kingsoft has confirmed that the company has acquired a full, new office building in Beijing for CNY175 million and the company will move to its new office in March 2009.

Dazhong Closing Four Outlets In Beijing

Having opened 65 stores in Beijing, the Chinese electronics retailer Dazhong, which was recently acquired by Gome, plans to close four unprofitable stores in Beijing as part of an internal network restructuring.

Say Cheese: Photos Now Mandatory When Entering All Beijing Internet Cafes

The Beijing government has launched an enhanced Internet cafe monitoring rule which states that people who visit Internet cafes for the first time need to have their picture taken and have their identification cards scanned.

Oracle Accused Of Adopting Dual Standards For IPR Protection In China

Beijing Jiahua Chuangxin Technology Co., Ltd, a designated distributor of Oracle (ORCL) China, has filed a lawsuit against Oracle China, accusing the company of adopting dual standards in intellectual property rights protection in China.