Didi Chuxing Stock

didiglobal.comTransportationFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $22.74B

Provider of a mobile ride-hailing application designed to match customers with local drivers in China. The company's application provides vehicles and taxis for hire and also offers chauffeur services, minibus and ride-sharing services in China, enabling users to request rides through smartphone applications.

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Team

Management Team

Wei Cheng
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Siyuan Lu
Executive & President
Qing Liu
President
Bo Zhang
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder
Jianhua Li Ph.D
Chief Development Officer & Board Member
Rui Wu
Co-Founder and Member of the Board of Supervisors

Board Members

Adrian Perica
Apple
Chiping Lau
Tencent Holdings
Jianhua Li Ph.D
Lucy Peng
Ant Financial
Travis Kalanick
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Zhiyuan Yang
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News

Didi Global Inc co-founder and President Jean Liu has told some close associates that she intends to step down, two sources familiar with the matter said, as the Chinese ride-hailing giant faces intense regulatory scrutiny following its New York listing earlier this year.
Company won licences for Manchester and Sheffield but faces pressure from Chinese government
China's market regulator said on Wednesday it has fined a number of internet companies including Didi Chuxing (DIDI.N), Tencent (0700.HK) and Alibaba (9988.HK) for failing to report earlier merger and acquisition deals for approval, according to a statement on the website of the State Administration of Market Regulation (SAMR).