The company’s business model makes it vulnerable. Here’s how. … What Might Kill WeWork?
Sharing is not always about caring. … Hell is Other People: What Co-living spaces can learn from Uber
China recently announced intentions to loosen its One Child Policy as part of a broader shift towards a consumption-based economy. … China’s Baby Bust: Consumers, Birth Rates, and Government Impotence
Shopping is already an important recreational activity in China, and boosting consumer demand is one of the Chinese Government’s key priorities. … Plastic Surge: Why Chinese consumers don’t use their credit cards?
Tencent is China’s largest online media company. It owns and operates social networking sites, gaming platforms, and instant messengers that are used by more than half a billion people. … Tencent’s e-Commerce: From Socialism to Consumerism
The global market for consumer electronics is shaping up as a battlefield between two or three ecosystems. … China leads global convergence of retail, media, hardware, and logistics
One month before its momentous IPO, Facebook’s prospects seem murky. … A Chinese Perspective on Facebook’s Future