The chief executive officer of the e-commerce division of Dalian Wanda Group has resigned, as the Chinese property and entertainment conglomerate continues to face challenges integrating online retail services with its offline malls, according to Chinese media reports.
Li Jinling, previously chief executive of online travel agency Mangocity.com, joined Wanda's e-commerce unit in February 2016 and reportedly departed from the post this month.
He was the third chief executive appointed by Wanda since 2012, when Wanda decided that its network of offline shopping malls needed to be supplemented with online retail services. The senior management turmoil came amid continued challenges faced by the conglomerate on how best to pursue its own e-commerce strategy.
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