MarketWatch  10 min ago  Comment 
Alibaba's stock is on course to open at a three-month low, and is in danger of entering its first bear market since it debuted as a public company on Sept. 19, 2014. The stock was shedding 5.9% in premarket trade to $92.65, after the Chinese...
Wall Street Journal  1 hr ago  Comment 
Alibaba said revenue rose 40% during its December quarter as the Chinese e-commerce giant saw a continued surge in users buying items through mobile devices.
Wall Street Journal  1 hr ago  Comment 
Bloomberg  1 hr ago  Comment 
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. sales missed estimates as founder Jack Ma spent more money to attract customers on mobile phones. Shares fell in premarket trading.
New York Times  Jan 29  Comment 
The Chinese government regulator complained about what it said were unlicensed merchants, fake goods and other illegal practices on the company’s hugely popular shopping websites.
Forbes  Jan 29  Comment 
When China e-commerce leader Alibaba Group went public in the world’s largest IPO last September,  much of the country embraced its billionaire chairman Jack Ma as a symbol of success.  The IPO also had backing from government-connected...
The Times of India  Jan 28  Comment 
Bulge bracket investment bankers are on frequent flights to Bangalore as e-commerce juggernaut Flipkart prepares to raise at least $5 billion through an initial public offering (IPO) on the US bourses in the next 18 months.
Channel News Asia  Jan 28  Comment 
TODAY reports: The service will offer warehousing, local and overseas delivery, and a web platform for orders.
Financial Times  Jan 28  Comment 
Chinese regulator says group failed to reveal probe into ecommerce counterfeit sales
TechCrunch  Jan 28  Comment 
 Alibaba Group affiliate Ant Financial Services has unveiled a new credit-scoring system that uses data from the e-commerce giant’s sites to gauge users’ creditworthiness. Dubbed Sesame Credit, the new service is an example of how Alibaba’s...
Wall Street Journal  Jan 28  Comment 
The Chinese government accused e-commerce giant Alibaba of failing to crack down on the sale of fake goods, bribery and other illegal activity on its sites in a rare public dispute with one of the country’s most prominent companies.

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