Chinese authorities have seized and sold at auction tens of millions of dollars in assets owned by jailed Uyghur business owners amid a government campaign to assimilate ethnic minorities.
The social-media giant seeks to assure advertisers and suggests its tools may undercount the effectiveness of campaigns.
Capital Markets Gateway looks to transform a business long accustomed to phone calls and pieces of paper.
Tencent says it will gradually remove some competitive barriers from its WeChat service, including making it easier for users to share e-commerce listings from major rival Alibaba on the messaging app.
User friction, developer marketing needs could offset loss of payment exclusivity.
The favorable market reaction across the industry shows how much appetite remains for consolidation in the memory-chip business.
Online broker Robinhood faces a backlash from public companies and scrutiny from regulators over the cost of delivering proxy materials to millions of new shareholders.
The e-commerce giant needs showrooms for its growing line of private labelsand other retailers are unlikely to help.
Washington may follow Beijings crackdown, and CEOs need to act now to slow the regulatory rush.
A.P. Moller-Maersk reported robust earnings helped by a frenetic global shipping market, announced it bought two e-commerce logistics companies together valued at nearly $1 billion, and mapped out more, potentially larger acquisitions.
The regulator settled its first case against a firm in the so-called decentralized-finance or DeFi sectorthe latest sign of intensifying regulatory scrutiny for cryptocurrency markets.
The company invested heavily to bolster its retail platforms as it faces rising competition in Chinas e-commerce market.