Chinese streaming video firm, iQIYI has signed an expanded multi-year agreement with Universal Pictures. The deal sees iQIYI, part of search giant Baidu, handle library titles and all of Universal’s…
Chinese online video platform, iQIYI says that it will spend half of its budget on new shows intended to drive up the number of paid subscribers.
A Shanghai court fines two companies for developing ad-skipping technology that blocked commercials on some versions of iQIYI's mobile app
Dalian Wanda Group has given a launch to the e-commerce site with which it intends to compete with market leader Alibaba.
Baidu, China's search engine market leader, is to buy back up to $1 billion of its own shares, the company announced Thursday.
Rising content costs and decreasing operating margins at online video subsidiary iQIYI contributed to flat profits at Chinese Internet giant Baidu at a time of steeply increasing revenue.
Chinese search engine giant Baidu is to invest $19 million (HK$50 million) in the SMI Holdings cinema chain.
Chinese Internet giant Baidu reported revenues up by 34% in the first quarter of 2015. Mobile now accounts for 50%.
U.S. entertainment lawyer Lindsay Conner predicts more cross-Pacific deals as the getting to know each other phase is over.
Mobile revenues exceed PC-based services after two years of rebuilding
China and the Hollywood film industry have engaged with each other for much of the past decade, with both sides slowly discovering the opportunities, learning the limits of cooperation and enlisting…