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22 Nov
Chinese officials ordered some of the country's biggest companies — including Alibaba, Tencent and Baiidu — to pay fines for failing to report corporate acquisitions over the past eight years.
22 Jan 2021
Billionaire Jack Ma had not been seen in public since he slammed China's financial regulatory system in a speech at a Shanghai forum in October.
7 Jan 2021
As the world adjusts to the new variant of the COVID-19 virus and the second wave of this deadly disease, here are the reasons why you should protect yourself and those around you...even if they continue to deny the existence of the highly contagious virus. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣
12 Nov 2020
The online retail event known as Singles' Day has seen record-breaking sales, worth over €47 billion, on sites owned by China's Alibaba. The spending spree comes as Alibaba and other Chinese tech firms face new regulations from Beijing, designed to prevent unfair competition in the sector. Also, we look at the legal challenge being mounted by TikTok in the United States against executive orders forcing a restructuring of its ownership. A deal agreed with Oracle and Walmart is still awaiting approval from the US government.
11 Nov 2020
E-commerce giant Alibaba's robotic logistics network, inaugurated in 2018, with claims of being the China's largest robot intelligent warehouse, has some 1000 robots sorting delivery packages ahead of the annual Singles Day, the world's biggest shopping day. Singles' Day, also called "11.11" for the November 11 date, was originally set as an unofficial day for unmarried Chinese. But Alibaba -- which accounts for more than half of China's e-commerce -- commandeered it as a discount sales event akin to the late-November US "Black Friday", which "Singles' Day" now handily surpasses.
19 Oct 2020
The purchase of SunArt is set to boost Alibaba's online grocery shopping business. It comes as the coronavirus has pushed more and more Chinese consumers to buy groceries online.
17 Nov 2019
Alibaba confirms Hong Kong IPO
19 Aug 2019
Sunny Bangia, deputy portfolio manager at Antipodes Partners, talks about Asian and U.S. stocks, corporate earnings and his investment strategy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Paul Allen and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
15 Jun 2019
Alibaba is closer to a share sale in Hong Kong. We learned that it’s picked two banks to lead the planed offer.
6 Mar 2019
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 to​​ol.
3 Nov 2018
EMQQ founder Kevin Carter breaks down Alibaba's second-quarter results with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
11 Apr 2018
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.

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