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Lizhi Inc Sees U.S. IPO Of Up To 4.1 Mln ADSs Representing 82 Mln Class A Ordinary Shares
Xiaomi Corp Says Wang Xiang Has Been Promoted As President Of Group
Lizhi Inc Adds Haitong International, Tiger Brokers And Needham & Company As Underwriters To U.S. IPO
XIAOMI CORPORATION is a China-based investment holding company principally engaged in the research, development and sales of smartphones, Internet of things (IoTs) and lifestyle products, the provision of Internet services, and investment business. The Company mainly conducts its businesses through four segments. The Smartphone segment is engaged in the sales of smartphones. The IoT and Lifestyle product segment is engaged in the sales of other in-house products, including smart televisions (TVs), laptops, artificial intelligence (AI) speakers and smart routers; ecosystem products, including IoT and other smart hardware products, as well as certain lifestyle products. The Internet service segment is engaged in the provision of advertising services and Internet value-added services. The Others segment is engaged in the provision of repair services for its hardware products. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets.
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Founder
President, Senior Vice President - Global Business
Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, President - Group’s Smartphone Department
Co-Founder, Senior Vice President - Internet Services
Co-Founder, Senior Vice President, Chief Brand Officer
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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp will invest more than 50 billion yuan (£5.3 billion) in artificial intelligence and fifth generation internet technologies over the next five years, as competition in the sector grows.
Two fast-growing Chinese phone brands said on Tuesday that they will adopt Qualcomm Inc's <QCOM.O> newest 5G chip in their flagship devices early next year.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp launched its online lending service in India on Tuesday, widening its offering of financial products in one of the world's biggest web services markets.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp <1010.HK> posted its slowest-ever quarterly revenue growth as the country's smartphone market grapples with a protracted lull in sales and larger rival Huawei [HWT.UL] increases its share of the market.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp on Wednesday posted Q3 revenue of 53.6 billion yuan in revenue, in line with analyst estimates.
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Competition in the wearable market is taking a turn as Alphabet Inc-owned Google <GOOGL.O> buys Fitbit Inc <FIT.N> in a bid to take on Apple and Samsung.
Competition in the wearable market is taking a turn as Alphabet Inc-owned Google buys Fitbit Inc in a bid to take on Apple and Samsung.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp plans to launch more than 10 5G phones in 2020, CEO Lei Jun said on Sunday, speaking at the World Internet conference in the eastern Chinese town of Wuzhen.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp plans to launch more than 10 5G phones in 2020, CEO Lei Jun said on Sunday, adding that the mobile phone industry was worried 4G models would not sell next year.
Chinese bourses revised rules that would allow Hong Kong-listed dual-class shares to be included in the Stock Connect scheme for the first time, potentially benefiting Xiaomi Corp <1810.HK> and Meituan Dianping <3690.HK>.
China's Xiaomi Corp is shedding its image as a budget brand by widening its India product portfolio to include pricier, high-spec smartphones and smart TVs, a senior company executive said on Monday.
China's Xiaomi Corp <1810.HK> is shedding its image as a budget brand by widening its India product portfolio to include pricier, high-spec smartphones and smart TVs, a senior company executive said on Monday.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp <1810.HK> announced a HK$12 billion (1.25 billion pounds) share buyback plan on Tuesday, in a reversal of its cash-management strategy that is aimed at boosting its floundering stock.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp said on Tuesday it will buy back up to HK$12 billion ($1.53 billion) worth of its shares, in a move aimed at supporting its faltering shares.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp <1810.HK> said on Friday it had scrapped a mainland share offering plan in order to focus on its business development.
China's Xiaomi <1810.HK> is poised to launch a consumer lending business in India in the coming weeks, making an ambitious tilt at the booming financial services market where data privacy concerns and fierce competition present formidable challenges.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp <1810.HK> posted its slowest revenue growth as a public company, missing analysts' estimates, as it lost market share to Huawei and customers held on to their phones before a 5G refresh.
China's Xiaomi Corp reported 15% growth in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, missing estimates, as fewer people bought smartphones at home and rival Huawei grabbed market share.
China's Xiaomi Corp reported a smaller-than-expected 15% growth in quarterly revenue on Tuesday as fewer people bought smartphones at home and rival Huawei grabbed market share.
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