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Single's Day Sales blows past $9 Billion in Sales

Single's Day Sales blows past $9 Billion in Sales China's Black Friday is over and consumers spent a cool $9 billion within 24 hours.

Nov 11 2014, 11:23am CST

Alibaba To Buy $249m Stake In Singapore Post

Alibaba To Buy $249m Stake In Singapore Post A major move to step up its international presence, Alibaba Group announced on Wednesday that it will purchase a 10.35% stake for $249 million in SingPost, Singapore’s national postal service provider. The deal will...

May 28 2014, 3:05am CDT

Knockoffs are a Headache for Alibaba IPO

Knockoffs are a Headache for Alibaba IPO HONG KONG (AP) — At first glance, the Monster Tron T1 headphones sold on Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's Taobao site are a tempting offer for audiophiles looking for state-of-the-art hi-fi equipment. But sellers omit...

May 27 2014, 3:20am CDT

The Alibaba Success and the Setbacks

The Alibaba Success and the Setbacks BEIJING (AP) — Even before Alibaba went online, its founder talked about making the fledgling e-commerce company a global player. At Alibaba Group's first staff meeting in 1999, a video shot by an employee shows Jack Ma...

May 9 2014, 4:10am CDT

Behind the Alibaba IPO is an Unlikely Chinese Success Story

Behind the Alibaba IPO is an Unlikely Chinese Success Story HONG KONG (AP) — The mammoth IPO planned by e-commerce giant Alibaba Group highlights founder Jack Ma's improbable rise to China's entrepreneur-in-chief. Ma, a former English teacher who flunked his college entrance...

May 7 2014, 4:57am CDT

Which Investors Will Cash In On Massive Alibaba IPO

Which Investors Will Cash In On Massive Alibaba IPO Alibaba filed its long-awaited public offering Tuesday, seeking to raise as much as $1 billion (a placeholder total) at a still unknown price. The Chinese Internet giant with $5.6 billion in annual sales should be the...

May 7 2014, 4:29am CDT

Alibaba Is aiming to raise $1B in IPO

Alibaba Is aiming to raise $1B in IPO SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — China's Alibaba Group is aiming to raise $1 billion in a long-awaited IPO likely to have ripple effects across the Internet. Tuesday's filing sets the stage for the technology industry's biggest...

May 7 2014, 2:08am CDT

Alibaba files for IPO

Alibaba files for IPO Alibaba is making its way into the U.S. market. On Tuesday, the company filed for an IPO.

May 7 2014, 1:35am CDT

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JD.com IPO May Just Be Another Dangdang of China.

JD.com IPO May Just Be Another Dangdang of China. Last week, JD.com filed to IPO in the US.  Its filing is here. The filing was noteworthy for a couple of reasons. First, it was the first big Chinese company to file to hold an IPO in the US since the SEC’s recent...

Feb 4 2014, 3:05pm CST

Alibaba Group to be a Major Shareholder of AutoNavi

Alibaba Group to be a Major Shareholder of AutoNavi The Chinese Alibaba group has hit the jackpot. Not only has it acquired a major share in the electronic navigation tools maker AutoNavi, but as a stakeholder of 20% to 30% it has taken a huge chunk out of the firm. The graph for the Chinese is quite certainly on the rise.

May 10 2013, 6:17am CDT

Extremely Audacious Hackers Sell Stolen iTunes Accounts Even more audacious than Obama

Jan 11 2011, 1:00pm CST

Lenovo & Chinese Auction Site Taobao Developing Smartphone

Lenovo & Chinese Auction Site Taobao Developing Smartphone Have you ever wondered what it would be like if eBay made a Smartphone? No, probably not. But, regardless of whether or not the question's ever crossed your mind, you're about to get an answer. Taobao.com, the largest...

Nov 26 2009, 11:44am CST

e-Commerce is Red Hot: Yahoo Invests $1 Billion Dollars in Chinese Alibaba

e-Commerce is Red Hot: Yahoo Invests $1 Billion Dollars in Chinese Alibaba Yahoo! buys 40% of Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba.com for $1 Billion. Alibaba.com is China's largest e-commerce company. See list of businesses that belong to Alibaba.com below. Looks like Alibaba.com is mostly...

Aug 11 2005, 7:22am EST