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腾讯成立企业管理有限公司,马化腾出任总经理;贝壳研究院院长杨现领被曝提出离职,左晖挽留;HBO任职28年的CEO将离职;证监会发布科创板制度规则;锤子科技已基本停止新手机研发;Lyft 提交 IPO 申请,拟在纳斯达克上市;滴滴回应子公司法人变更:系结构调整;网易旗下网易保险本月将正式关停;百度5.5亿元战略入股汉得信息;“蛋壳公寓”完成5亿美元C轮融资;Uber 或正洽购迪拜网约车 Careem。


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据天眼查显示,腾讯成立深圳市藤青企业管理有限公司,注册资本 100 万元,马化腾持股 80%,许晨晔持股 20%。总经理和执行董事均为马化腾,许晨晔则为监事。该公司经营范围包括:企业管理咨询、市场营销策划、知识产权代理(除专利事务中介代理)、开展收集、整理、储存和发布人才供求信息、国内广告(除网络广告发布)的代理、计算机网络的技术服务等。资料显示,许晨晔现任腾讯首席信息官,是腾讯五位主要创始人之一,曾与马化腾、张志东、陈一丹、曾李青一起被称为“腾讯五虎”。(新浪科技)


贝壳研究院院长杨现领被曝提出离职,左晖挽留


近日,有不同信源爆料称,贝壳研究院院长杨现领已经提出离职,董事长左晖正在极力挽留。杨现领的下一站可能是离职创业。目前左晖仍未批准杨现领的离职申请,也没有找到能够接任的人。有媒体就此事向杨现领本人求证,但未获回复。(i黑马)


HBO任职28年的CEO将离职:曾见证《权利的游戏》等多部热剧


据外媒报道,美国有线电视运营商HBO CEO理查德·普莱普尔在任职近28年后将离开该公司。普莱普勒在备忘录中表示:“离开我热爱的公司和里面的人尽管很难想象,但这已是我离开的时机。”据熟悉该计划的消息人士透露,广播公司Turner总裁大卫·利维预计也将离职。HBO和Turner均属于AT&T子公司华纳传媒,该公司拒绝置评。(TechWeb)


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证监会发布科创板制度规则


上海证券交易所3月2日凌晨正式发布实施设立科创板并试点注册制相关业务规则和配套指引,包括《上海证券交易所科创板股票发行上市审核规则》《上海证券交易所科创板股票上市委员会管理办法》《上海证券交易所科技创新咨询委员会工作规则》《上海证券交易所科创板股票发行与承销实施办法》《上海证券交易所科创板股票上市规则》《上海证券交易所科创板股票交易特别规定》6项主要业务规则。相关业务规则明确了科创板上市条件:一是符合中国证监会规定的发行条件;二是发行后股本总额不低于人民币3000万元;三是公开发行的股份达到公司股份总数的25%以上;公司股本总额超过人民币4亿元的,公开发行股份的比例为10%以上;四是市值及财务指标符合规则规定的标准;五是上交所规定的其他上市条件。(新华网)


锤子科技已基本停止新手机研发,下半年出新手机希望不大


接近锤子科技内部人士透露,锤子科技已经基本停止新手机的研发,目前团队主要工作停留在维持系统和产品基本运维。去年末,锤子科技内部将新品手机的发布时间定为了2019年7月,不过目前看来这一计划遥遥无期。该人士表示,不知道罗永浩今后另有什么其他安排,但创业做手机在后来内部评估确实是一件非常艰难的事情,尽力了也无法成功也实属无奈。(界面)


Lyft 提交 IPO 申请,拟在纳斯达克上市


北京时间 3 月 2 日凌晨消息,美国网约车公司 Lyft 今日向美国证券交易委员会(SEC)提交了 IPO(首次公开招股)上市申请文件。这份招股书文件显示,该公司拟在纳斯达克全球精选市场 IPO 上市,股票代码为“LYFT”。路透社早些时候报道称,Lyft 的 IPO 估值预计在 200 亿至 250 亿美元之间。一位知情人士称,在最近一轮融资中,Lyft 估值达到了 151 亿美元。(新浪科技)


滴滴回应子公司法人变更:系结构调整,不会产生影响


3 月 1 日下午消息,据企查查信息显示,滴滴创始人程维卸任滴滴出行科技有限公司董事长,媒体据此询问滴滴公司。滴滴副总裁李敏回应称,关于最近滴滴旗下几家公司的法人变更情况,实际上公司治理结构经常会随着业务发展持续调整,这在企业里很常见。李敏补充道,例如去年 12 月,滴滴宣布组织架构升级,进而涉及到一些业务所属公司的治理结构调整,包括法人的变更。感谢大家的关心。(新浪科技)


网易旗下网易保险本月将正式关停,所有产品均已下架


当前,网易正在砍掉除了支付业务以外的所有金融业务,包括理财、小贷与保险业务。其中,网易理财已在2017年着手准备关闭,并于2018年12月下线全部产品。互联网金融新闻中心独家获悉,网易早前推出的保险业务——网易保险将于2019年3月中旬正式停止服务。而在这之前,网易保险已经将平台所有产品全面下线。(互联网金融新闻中心)


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百度5.5亿元战略入股汉得信息


3月1日,百度宣布战略投资IT咨询服务商汉得信息,双方将在云计算、共享服务、金融医疗等垂直业务拓展等方面展开深度合作。百度ABC(AI、Big Data、Cloud Computing)智能云将持续渗透百行百业,加速传统产业的智能化转型。汉得信息(300170. SZ)今天发布公告称,其控股股东、实际控制人陈迪清、范建震向百度转让5.26%上市公司股权,并在两年内将另5%股权的表决权委托给百度行使。百度以交易前日收盘价12.4元的95%为基准(即每股11.78元),共需支付5.5亿元对价。陈迪清、范建震为一致行动人,两人为汉得信息的联合创始人,现任董事长、董事。交易前,两人各持股10.51%,合计21.03%。平均向百度转让股权后,两人持股均下降至7.88%,合计15.77%,仍为控股股东、实际控制人。(猎云网)


“蛋壳公寓”完成5亿美元C轮融资,老虎环球基金和蚂蚁金服领投


蛋壳公寓宣布已完成5亿美元C轮融资,由老虎环球基金、蚂蚁金服联合领投,春华资本跟投,CMC资本、高榕资本等老股东继续跟投。本轮融资后,蛋壳公寓的估值已经超过20亿美元。蛋壳公寓创始人兼CEO高靖表示,本轮融资资金将用于四个方面:加大投入、更新迭代租房大数据系统,继续完善内部系统的网络协同,改造供应链系统,以及探索发展集中式公寓尤其是蓝领公寓。(i黑马)


Uber 或正洽购迪拜网约车 Careem,收购交易已接近达成


3 月 1 日消息,据国外媒体报道,彭博社当地时间周四援引知情人士的话报道称,打车服务公司 Uber 收购总部位于迪拜的竞争对手 Careem Networks 的谈判已经进入实质性阶段。该报道表示,两家公司未来几周可能就要对外宣布这项现金加股权方式实施的收购交易,收购 Careem Networks 的价格大约为 30 亿美元。针对以上消息,Uber 没有立即回应媒体的置评请求,而 Careem Networks 公司拒绝置评。但据该报道称,双方谈判正在进行中,尚未最后做出决定。(网易科技)


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马斯克证实年末将推出全自动驾驶功能


3 月 1 日消息,据外媒报道,特斯拉首席执行官埃隆·马斯克在接受记者采访时表示,今年晚些时候,全自动版 Autopilot 将使特斯拉车主能够在复杂的城市环境中激活自动驾驶功能。马斯克没有给出更具体的时间,但这与他之前的评论相一致。从 3 月 1 日起,特斯拉将 Autopilot 分成两种版本:一是普通版 Autopilot,具有高速公路无人驾驶和交通感知巡航控制功能;二是全自动版 Autopilot,具备特斯拉最近推出的「Navigate on Autopilot」功能,包括引导汽车进入高速公路匝道、改变车道、通过高速公路交叉路口,以及最终引导汽车从出口匝道退出等。2018 年 10 月,特斯拉公司曾推出全自动驾驶功能。但因被批夸大无人驾驶性能,特斯拉很快移除了这个选项。如今,随着特斯拉向客户推销其先进司机辅助系统 Autopilot 的方式发生转变,该选项重新出现在菜单上。(腾讯科技)


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