Hillhouse Capital has established a China joint venture with Fanatics, a US-based sports retailer that specializes in licensed sports apparel.
Michael Rubin, executive chairman of Fanatics, shared a CNBC report via Twitter that suggested the joint venture could be worth $1 billion. Fanatics, which was established in 1995 and bought by Rubin...
Fiture, a Chinese developer of artificial intelligence-enabled home fitness devices, has raised $300 million in Series B funding led by All-Stars Investment, Legend Capital, DST Global, and Coatue Management.
Arrail Group, one of China’s largest dental services providers, has raised close to $200 million in Series E funding led by Temasek Holdings.
TuSimple, a China and US-based developer of autonomous driving technology for trucks, traded flat on debut following a $1.35 billion IPO at a market capitalization of $8.5 billion.
Alpha JWC Ventures is targeting $250 million for its third Indonesia-focused venture capital fund, with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) proposing a commitment of up to $20 million.