Luckin Coffee

Luckin Coffee

Luckin Coffee

Luckin Coffee is a Chinese coffee brand and professional coffee service provider.
Founded
2017
Raised
$440M
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Latest funding
$240,000,000
Post-IPO equity - 2021
Joy Capital Centurium Capital
$200,000,000
Venture capital (Series B) - 2018
CICC Singapore GIC Joy Capital +1
Team Size
1–10
Employees
Location
Headquarters
$240,000,000 Post-IPO equity
PE HUB

Luckin Coffee to secure $240m: Reuters

ChinaMoneyNetwork

China Tech Digest: Luckin Coffee Files For Bankruptcy In New York – China Money Network

Pulse 2.0

Luckin Coffee Stock Price Increased Over 120% This Past Week: Why It Happened

DealStreetAsia

China's Luckin Coffee to pay $180m penalty to settle accounting fraud charges

TechCrunch

China’s Luckin Coffee will pay $180 million to settle accounting fraud charges

DealStreetAsia

China regulators to penalise Luckin Coffee for accounting fraud

DealStreetAsia , Pulse 2.0

Luckin Coffee ousts chairman Lu, names Guo as CEO

DealStreetAsia

Luckin Coffee chairman ousted by shareholders: Reports

DealStreetAsia

Luckin Coffee co-founder Lu holds on to chairman role

DealStreetAsia

Luckin Coffee concludes internal probe ahead of vote on chairman removal

TechCrunch

After grinding investigation, Luckin Coffee confirms $300 million revenue fraud

TechCrunch

Luckin Coffee’s board is forcing out its chairman (also, chairman is forcing out the rest of the board)

TechCrunch

Luckin Coffee will unluckin’ly delist from Nasdaq following fraud allegations

TechCrunch

Luckin Coffee discloses that the Nasdaq really wants it gone

DealStreetAsia

China’s Starbucks rival Luckin Coffee shares crash on delisting risk

DealStreetAsia

Nasdaq notifies China’s Luckin Coffee of plans to delist it from US bourse

TechCrunch

China’s embattled Luckin Coffee adds lifestyle products to its menu

DealStreetAsia

China’s Luckin Coffee sacks CEO, COO for alleged fraud

DealStreetAsia

Luckin Coffee delays annual report amid accounting probes

CCN Markets

The Luckin Coffee Fraud: Hold Beijing Accountable