China’s top hot pot brand is struggling with financial woes and more complaints during the pandemic, while rapidly opening more chain stores.
The financial services giant, rocked by nimbler upstarts, censure from regulators and a stock in freefall, faces a rough road to brand redemption.
The Japanese auto brand is betting its future on going electric, but is playing catchup with a market that is several steps ahead.
Xiaomi has perhaps done too good a job building a budget brand. We asked experts whether the company can upgrade its image into premium territory.
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