Chinese venture capital is playing an increasingly important role around the world, as the nation's technology companies have been taking the lead on obtaining financing compared to U.S. counterparts.
Its founders make an unlikely pair. But in the fast moving-intersection of capital and cryptocurrency, a new $100 million fund is looking to turn that into a big advantage.
The Kleiner Perkins split-up takes a considerable knowledge capital away from its once-promising China operations.
A Chinese app that does just about everything has found strong demand for its shares, bucking the trend of recent tech IPOs. This suggests there's still healthy interest in buying into China's fast-developing internet economy.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's co-founder and executive chairman Jack Ma will retire from the e-commerce company on Monday, as the former English teacher seeks to focus on philanthropy in education.
Larry Haverty, the managing director of LJH Investment Advisors, and CNBC's Michael Santoli talk investing in China after Goldman Sachs reports that venture capital funding in Asia surpassed North America for the second consecutive quarter.
Former Baidu Inc. executive Qi Lu has been named the head of Y Combinator China, marking the American startup incubator's first full-fledged international effort.
A Chinese billionaire named Bruno Wu is building out a nearly $300 million crypto innovation hub in an unlikely place -- Hartford, Connecticut. Part of the plan includes a fintech college.