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Alibaba Group is one of the largest internet companies in the world. Headquartered in Hangzhou, China, Alibaba generated a revenue of US$6.5 billion for the first nine months of fiscal year 2013, with a net profit of US$2.85 billion. Its businesses include Alibaba, a B2B trading platform, Taobao, an eBay-like C2C shopping site, and Tmall, a B2C shopping portal. Alibaba also has its own payment platform, called Alipay, which has no transaction fees. The company was founded by Jack Ma, then an English teacher, in 1999.
The rush to do ecommerce in China is speeding up thanks to the record-breaking Alibaba IPO.
Virally popular photo app MomentCam has secured series A funding led by ecommerce titan Alibaba.
To get a sense of the scale of Alibaba – both in China and up against ecommerce titans like Amazon – we’ve put together this infograph...
Alibaba invested in or bought outright multiple companies, spending so much money that some have referred to 2014 thus far as Alibaba's "bac...
If you're confused about the ecommerce giant's business model as it prepares to go public in the US, watch these clips.
Rakuten’s international business just got a shot in the arm.
Alibaba's hotly anticipated IPO just debuted at $92.70 per share. It's now valued at about US$230 billion.
Alibaba today confirmed it’s setting a share price of $68 ahead of its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Alibaba lists shortly after the...
Of course, the Alibaba chairman – and former CEO – holds a lot more shares. In total Ma has an approximate six percent stake in Alibaba.
Alibaba will be the third-biggest internet company in the world by market cap if analysts' estimates hold up.
Now that the Jakarta Founder Institute (JFI) has been running since 2011, Tech in Asia feels its time to reflect on its progress, and take i...
Today Alibaba amended its SEC filing to indicate that the Chinese ecommerce titan will likely debut somewhere between $66 and $68 per share.
Two of China's internet giants are already investing money to merge their e-commerce businesses with the country's retail vendors.
Financial trading startup 8 Securities ties itself to the Alibaba IPO rocket, offers free Alibaba shares to new account owners
The “Alibaba economy” has found another beneficiary.