Berlin-based GoEuro, the well-funded European travel planner platform, is looking to the Far East for business growth, announcing today that it's inked a distribution partnership with Chinese travel
Chinese travel site Qunar is all set to delist from the NASDAQ after it completed its sale to private equity firm Ocean Management. The deal was first announced last October and today it went through
China's two largest travel booking giants Qunar and Ctrip are partnering up to end a long period of rivalry and courtship with a share swap. The deal follows two major mergers between competing tech c
Qunar, one of China’s largest online travel booking platforms, plans to expand its mobile business with a new $500 million investment led by Silver Lake.
Baidu, Hillhouse Capital, and GGV Capital have invested a total of $57 million in Chinese travel site Qunar, according to a report by <a target="_blank" href="http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=
Chinese search giant Baidu's investment in Qunar officially closed this week, and the two teams are working on integrating Qunar's search results into Baidu's travel vertical now. I caught up with Q
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