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AFP Newswires, April 23, 2016   Chinese Internet giant LeECO Holdings Ltd unveils its internet electric battery driverless concept car 'LeSEE',  during a launch event in Beijing, on April 20, 2016   Beijing: Chinese manufacturers and internet giants are in hot pursuit of their US counterparts in the race...

Bloomberg News, April 22, 2016   William Li isn’t your typical, boundlessly optimistic Chinese tech entrepreneur. Yes, the founder of startup NextEV Inc. has big plans to disrupt China’s electric car market, the financial backing of venture capital powerhouses Sequoia Capital and Hillhouse Capital and considers Tesla Motors founder Elon...

Shanghai, China, March 31, 2016 Building a Disruption-Ready Organization 2016 Russell Reynolds Associates Auto Show Event The traditional automotive industry, where technology innovation has primarily been focused on powertrain and safety systems, must now contend with new forms of mobility services that are revolutionizing mobility needs.  The conventional...

China Central Television's China 24 Program, April 12, 2016 On-air interview on the regulatory and infrastructural challenges associated with autonomous driving. Lead-in story begins at 25:55 and Bill Russo comments start at 30:10 Questions discussed: Q1: As driverless cars getting more and more popular in China, is it really a...

Beijing, China, March 30, 2016 The Future Perfect Series: Urbanization and Mobility Urbanization. A Growing Middle Class. Pollution. Grid Lock. How are these factors shaping mobility in China? What solutions are being developed to ease mobility in China? How do you see mobility impacting and shaping lives...

The Wall Street Journal, March 7, 2016 Many car makers posted declining sales in China in February. Above, a SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile manufacturing plant in Qingdao, Shandong Province. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency By Christina Rogers Updated March 7, 2016 8:57 p.m. ET General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. both posted steep sales declines in China last...