Alibaba picks CICC, credit Suisse to lead Hong Kong offer
Alibaba is closer to a share sale in Hong Kong. We learned that it’s picked two banks to lead the planed offer.
China's national app
China's tech companies and government are banding together to release an hi-tech app. The app, Xuexi Qiangguo, meaning 'study to make China strong' is generally regarded as propaganda tool.
Alibaba’s Jack Ma says U.S.-China trade deficit “not a problem”
Alibaba founder Jack Ma said on Monday (April 9) that he believes there is no impending "problem" of trade deficit between the U.S. and China.
Alibaba will buy 33% of ant financial
Alibaba will buy 33 percent of Ant Financial, making it the first time the company will hold a stake in the owner of Alipay since founder Jack Ma controversially spun out the business in 2011.
Alibaba said in talks to buy stake in Tokopedia
Alibaba is said to be in negotiations to lead a funding round in Indonesia's largest online marketplace, Tokopedia.
Chinese Parcel Billionaires Amass $47 Billion Net Worth
Shuttling parcels around for Alibaba and other retailers are creating China’s latest wealth explosion, with a surge in shares of S.F. Express making Wang Wei the country’s third-richest man.
Alibaba put on ‘notorious market’ list for fake goods
Bob O’Donnell and Selina Wang discuss the U.S. Office of the Trade Representative restoring Alibaba’s Taobao to its lineup of 'Notorious Markets' and whether the move is politically motivated.
How a Trump presidency could impact Alibaba
Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie takes a look at how a Trump presidency may impact Alibaba.