Liu Qiangdong – All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce

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Liu Qiangdong – Variety Executive profile

Liu Qiangdong

After an instructive business failure in the restaurant business, followed by a period selling health products, Liu Qiangdong (aka Liu Qiangdong) started selling computer parts in his own retail business in Beijing in 1998.

Richard Qiangdong Liu – Bloomberg Billionaires profile

Liu is the founder and chairman of JD.com, China’s second-largest e-commerce business. The Beijing-based company began trading on the Nasdaq in May 2014. JD.com had more than 220 million active customers and more than 150,000 employees at the end of 2017. It had revenue of 365 billion yuan ($53.7 billion) in 2017.

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“Liu Qiangdong, high-flying CEO of JD.com, has fostered ‘clean’ reputation” – Yahoo! Finance

Liu Qiangdong, high-flying CEO of JD.com, has fostered ‘clean’ reputation

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Liu Qiangdong, founder and chief executive of JD.com, has kept tight control of the business as he takes aim at the likes of Amazon.com, but faces a battle on a new front after being arrested in the United States following an accusation of sexual misconduct.

“Speeches by JD.com’s Liu Qiangdong” – LinkedIn Pulse

Speeches by JD.com’s Liu Qiangdong

Liu Qiangdong, founder and CEO of JD.com, has given some great speeches to various JD.

Case Center: Liu Qiangdong – Making of the Chinese Online Retail Tycoon

Liu Qiangdong – Making of the Chinese Online Retail Tycoon

JD.com, the Chinese e-Commerce giant, announced its full year results for 2015. For the year ending December 2015, the companys net revenue stood at USD28.0 billion (RMB181.3 billion), an increase