Posts Tagged ‘Sequoia Capital’

Did JD.com Thoroughly Vet Its New E-commerce Partner?

detectiveChinese consumers are yearning for fresh vegetables and fruit, and a bevy of recent e-commerce agricultural deals are giving netizens …


Investors Bet On Fledgling Chinese E-commerce App

Chinese fashion and textilesYoung Chinese consumers eyeing overseas fashion and products are the targets for a mobile app flush with new funding. An …


Censorship To Blame For VC-Backed Chinese Website Outage?

Fenda appWhen a website goes offline, it’s often the result of a DDoS attack, forgotten domain name purchase, or bad programming. …


Qihoo 360’s Privatization Approved By NDRC

Qihoo360According to information published by an online regulatory approval platform for investment project under China’s National Development and Reform Commission, …


Censorship Is LinkedIn’s China Friend As It Boasts User Milestone

LinkedIn Censorship in ChinaShen Boyang, LinkedIn’s global vice president and China president, said that the company’s number of users in China has surpassed …


Chinese E-sports Provider Gains CNY100 Million Investment

ImbaTV, a gaming video contents provider in China, announced that the company has completed its second round financing of about CNY100 million. According to ImbaTV, its investors include Zijin Cultural Development Fund owned by Addor Capital, Prometheus Capital, and its first round investors Sequoia Capital and Innovation Works. So far, all investments have reportedly been […]


Chinese Internet Shoppers Gain More Payment Options For Overseas Buys

Chinese Internet payment service provide Alipay has reached a deal with American online payment company Stripe to provide enhanced overseas shopping payment experience to Chinese users. With the cooperation, Alipay’s Chinese users will be able to complete payment at overseas vendors who can accept payment via Stripe. Patrick Collison, co-founder and chief executive officer of […]


Legend Capital Joins Hands With Sequoia Capital To Enter China’s Education Sector

In cooperation with Sequoia Capital, Legend Capital plans to inject tens of millions of dollars of venture capital to China’s Universal Education Group.