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JD.com founder arrested in US

E-commerce firm founder arrested in the US on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct.

AuMake’s Burwood Daigou Hub leads

Daigou company's quarterly report shows the company’s overall sales and gross profit have continued to lift.

JD.com teams up with Google on retail solutions

Strategic partnership formed for the Southeast Asia region.

Metcash inks deal with Chinese retail giant

IGA supplier looks to China for growth.

Australian brands look beyond Chinese marketplaces

Retailers are realising the limitations of Tmall, JD.com.

Shaping the future of global retail

Former Myer CEO Bernie Brookes shares insights from the World Retail Congress.

Richard Liu talks momentum for JD’s first quarter

Consumers continue to migrate to JD.com’s e-commerce retail business, company chair/CEO says.

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com launches in Australia

Online retailer to grow its local presence organically and rapidly.

Michael Ford, Bernie Brookes, Jack Gance and many more to speak at Inside Retail Live

Inside Retail Live to welcome over 60 local and international speakers.

Three Australian retailers make Top 250 global retailers list

Retailers inaugural entry makes it three Aussies on the list for the first time.

Surprise JD.com profit upswing

Online retailer enjoys big sales lift.

JD.com to open first office in Australia

Chinese e-commerce giant ramps up local presence.

Caught in the middle: Daigous in Australia

With the high demand for local goods in China, can retailers engage daigous without getting burned?

JD.com buys into Farfetch fashion site

Chinese e-commerce giant makes its largest overseas investment ever.

E-comm giant plans heavy-duty drones

New tech could carry over a tonne, while tensions boil over in Canberra over a drone safety dispute.