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Leaked surveillance video shows the Chinese billionaire founder of JD.com drinking and going home with the woman accusing him of rape
Richard Liu Qiangdong is accused of plying a 21-year-old student with alcohol, assaulting her in a limo, and raping her in her apartment.
College student files lawsuit against the Chinese billionaire founder of JD.com after US prosecutors declined to charge him over rape accusation
Richard Liu Qiangdong, the billionaire founder and CEO of JD.com, was arrested in Minneapolis last August.
A Chinese tech billionaire has been accused of plying a student with drink and then forcing himself on her during a trip to the US
Citing police interviews and legal documents, the Minneapolis Star Tribune described a student's rape allegation against JD.com CEO Liu Qiangdong.
JD.com CEO plunged from 16th to 30th richest man in China after being arrested in the US over a rape accusation
Forbes published its list of China's richest people this week. Liu Qiangdong, the co-founder and CEO of e-commerce giant JD.com, fell from 16th to 30th place.
Chinese e-commerce company JD.com is set to launch in the US for the first time, with Google's help. Meanwhile, the company's founder and CEO Liu Qiangdong is being investigated for an allegation of rape in Minnesota.
China's JD.com is about to get more access to the American customer, with the help of Google. It will be the first time the Chinese e-commerce giant can sell directly to US customers.
Investors betting against JD.com made $153 million after the company’s CEO was accused of sexual misconduct
JD.com short sellers made $153 million after the company's CEO was detained in the US over a sexual-misconduct allegation. Shares dropped 14% last week.
JD.com is lower for a second straight day Wednesday as investigators continue to look into sexual-misconduct allegations against CEO Liu Qiangdong.
JD.com billionaire Liu Qiangdong was arrested in the US over an accusation of rape, police records say
Liu Qiangdong, also known as Richard, was detained for 16 hours in Minneapolis over the weekend. He was released with no charges and no bail requirement, and returned to China shortly after. JD.com said Liu had been falsely accused. The company's shares fell following news of Liu's arrest.
Shares of JD.com dropped ahead of Tuesday's opening bell after CEO Liu Qiangdong was detained in the US over the weekend on sexual-misconduct allegations.