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  2. Liu Qiangdong - Wikipedia

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    Richard Liu Qiangdong ( Chinese: 刘强东; born March 10, 1973 or February 14, 1974 [Note 1]) is a Chinese Internet entrepreneur. He has been called the " Jeff Bezos of China" and his company JD.com has been compared to Amazon due to its business model. [8] Liu founded Jingdong as a business-to-consumer single retail store for magneto-optical products in June 1998 and later moved the company into an e-commerce website known as JD.com in 2004. [9]

  3. Liu Qiangdong is an Internet entrepreneur from China. His company, JD.com, has been compared to Amazon due to its business model, and he has been dubbed the “Jeff Bezos of China.”. In June 1998, Liu established Jingdong as a business-to-consumer single retail store for magneto-optical products, and in 2004, the company transitioned to an e-commerce website known as JD.com.

  4. Liu Qiangdong | | JD.Com, Inc.

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    Chairman and CEO of JD.com. Liu Qiangdong’s resume includes impressive accolades, fruitful business ventures, and a continued trajectory of growth throughout all of his professional endeavors. As an entrepreneur, he has utilized his impressive business savvy, previously perfected skills, and intrinsic beliefs and vision to create a tiny business that eventually grew to become the largest IPO to date upon its 2014 public listing on NASDAQ.

  5. About JD.com CEO: Liu Qiangdong - JD.com, Inc.

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    Initially, Liu Qiangdong rented retail storefront space within China’s tech district, where he sold magneto-optical goods. By utilizing his previously learned skills, he was able to parlay his initial investment into more than a dozen successfully functioning retail storefronts. As his business model continued to enjoy success and growth, Liu Qiangdong could have repeated the same concept indefinitely.

  6. Bloomberg Billionaires Index - Richard Liu

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    Liu is the founder and chairman of JD.com, an online retailer and China's largest e-commerce business by revenue. The Beijing-based company began trading on the Nasdaq in May 2014. JD.com has...

  7. Liu Qiangdong - EverybodyWiki Bios & Wiki

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    Liu Qiangdong is the founder, and CEO, of China’s leading e-commerce company, JD.com. Worth over an estimated $12 billion US dollars as of early 2018, Qiangdong’s self-made success story makes him a true entrepreneurial genius. Liu Qiangdong’s business savvy, intuition, and flexibility have parlayed successfully into an empire that actively serves over 100 million active shoppers, and continuously utilizes cutting edge technology to innovate new solutions for a global economic environment.

  8. Richard Liu - Forbes

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    About Richard Liu Richard Liu, who also goes by Richard Qiangdong Liu, is the founder and chairman of China e-commerce firm JD.com; he stepped down as CEO in April 2022. Liu was arrested...

  9. Liu Qiangdong is a Chinese Internet entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of the e-commerce website JD.com. He is one of the most successful people in the tech industry, so many people in business know of him. However, there are many facts about this businessman that people do not know. Here are 10 things that you might not know about Liu Qiangdong.

  10. JD.com Liu Qiangdong Arrest in US Was Over Rape Accusation ... -...

    www.businessinsider.com/jdcom-liu-qiangdong-arrest-in-us-was-over-rape...

    Liu Qiangdong, the billionaire founder and CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, was arrested in the US over a rape accusation, police records say.

  11. Richard Liu - Founder @ JD.ID - Crunchbase Person Profile

    www.crunchbase.com/person/qiangdong-liu

    Liu has frequently been recognized for his work on JD.com and the Chinese online ecommerce industry as a whole. China’s largest television network CCTV awarded him the “2011 China Economic Person of the Year” and he has also been named the “2011 Chinese Business Leader” and was noted as one of Fortune China’s “2012 Chinese Businessmen.”