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The Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2018 E-commerce giant Alibaba is making its first big investment in a car maker [caption id="attachment_16804" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Xiaopeng He, chairman of electric-car maker Xiaopeng Motors, stands with the company's newest sport-utility vehicle, the G3. PHOTO: XIAOPENG MOTORS[/caption] By Liza Lin   SHANGHAI—Chinese e-commerce...

Forbes Asia, January 21, 2018 by Russell Flannery Click here to read this article at forbes.com [caption id="attachment_16801" align="aligncenter" width="276"] Shared mobility can mean less traffic, cleaner air and better public transit[/caption] Cracks in the business model that has guided the auto industry in the past century are becoming...

Forbes, December 12, 2017 [caption id="attachment_16783" align="aligncenter" width="300"] A Guangzhou Automobile Group's Trumpchi GE3 sport utility vehicle[/caption] Zhang Tian is really into cars. The 29-year-old, who works for an internet company in Beijing, shifted through a Chevron, a Mercedes Benz and two BMWs in the past six...

Insight Magazine, November 2017 Bill Russo was quoted in the November edition of Insight, the Journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. Extracted quotes: “I think the question is can you get EVs and lithium-ion batteries to become standardized”, says Russo. "Because the world's lithium ion...

Shanghai, China, November 30 2017 Topic:  “How the Chinese Aftermarket is Transforming and Emerging Opportunities” AASA Announces Automotive Aftermarket Summit 2017 In Shanghai Background:  China’s automotive market is relatively young when compared with mature markets. The average car age in U.S is 11 years, and in E.U. 10 years....

CKGSB Knowledge, Fall 2017 [caption id="attachment_16750" align="alignnone" width="230"] China’s two speed car market (Image by Beibei Nie)[/caption]   Bill Russo was quoted in the fall issue of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business' Knowledge publication. Extracted quotes: “Hardware innovations, such as autonomous driving technology, will be commercialized through the development of on-demand mobility...