Aiming to encourage Chinese university graduates to start their own businesses and spread capitalism through China, Chinese Internet company Tencent announced the launch of its new innovative application lab in Tianjin.
Oracle China has launched a new recruitment program named “We are Hiring”, under which the technology company will hire over 600 new employees in China to support its fast business growth in the local market.
Beijing technology entrepreneurs and software firms should shut their doors and turn off the lights, as Microsoft China might be aiming at hiring away some top young talent.
Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com has announced via its official microblog that it plans to recruit 20,000 new e-commerce talents in 2012 to meet the development demands of the company.
Chinese social networking website Renren.com has announced that it will launch an interest-free housing scheme, and employees can apply for loans of between CNY200,000 and CNY400,000.
Chinese online jobs website provider 51job Inc. announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter of 2010 ended March 31, 2010.
Song Zhongjie, Google China’s general manager for sales resigned on April 16, 2010, and will reportedly join the Chinese lifestyle website Aibang.com as president.
According to an insider from the Chinese search engine company Baidu.com, Wang Jin, former vice director of Google China Engineering Research Institute, will join Baidu.com as vice president for technology, making him the first top…