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GOLDMAN SACHS: Alibaba is reaping the rewards of China’s ‘robust’ retail sector

The internet giant's financial arm, Ant, could be worth $70 billion, Goldman Sachs says.

Jack Ma, one of China’s richest men, danced on stage to Michael Jackson in front of thousands of employees at a company party

Jack Ma donned a black and gold costume and performed for Alibaba employees at the company's 18th annual celebration.

CapitaLand turns up the heat on retail by partnering Alibaba and Lazada Singapore

It's 2017 and the retail landscape is quickly evolving. To combat the "death of retail", retail giants are increasingly being forced to revamp their online...

China is pushing its Amazons and Googles to spend hundreds of millions on failing companies

Mixed ownership reform is starting in earnest in China, and it's going to cost healthy companies a fair amount of money.

The explosive stock that’s dividing Wall Street

Alibaba has soared more than 90% this year, winning over plenty of new high-profile fans. But there's also a tireless faction of investors betting against it.

Traders have lost almost $10 billion betting against Alibaba this year

Short sellers betting against Alibaba have lost almost $10 billion this year as the company's stock has surged.

Alibaba beats on earnings as e-commerce remains core revenue driver

Alibaba executive chairman Jack Ma talks to young entrepreneurs and students at the University of Nairobi in Nairobi, Kenya, July 20, 2017. Reuters Alibaba, China's top e-commerce...

China targets Alibaba’s Taobao, other e-commerce sites, in VPN crackdown

Beijing - Chinese authorities have issued a warning to the country's top e-commerce platforms, including Alibaba Holding Group Ltd's Taobao.com, over the sale of...

Viking Global, a $30 billion fund manager, dumped Alphabet

The hedge fund is hoping to make 2017 a better year than last.

ALIBABA’S JACK MA: New technology ‘may cause the Third World War’

Jack Ma thinks that a lot of people could lose their jobs to automation in the coming years, and this could be a serious geopolitical issue.