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Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's third-quarter revenue rose 32 percent, beating analysts' average estimate, helped by strong holiday sales.
Industry experts call for transformation in the airfreight industry to meet growing demand from rapidly expanding cross-border e-commerce.
As the clock struck midnight, Alibaba announced its final total for 2016’s Singles Day sales frenzy: US$17.7 billion.
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Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to actively explore online marketplace opportunities this year in India.
Alibaba’s former CEO, Jonathan Lu, was prophetic in his 2013 comments that the company would overtake Wal-Mart to become the world’s largest retail network by 2016.
Alibaba plans to debut cutting edge IoT products from some of the biggest names in the industry through Tmall during the 11.11 Global Shopping Festival later this month.
Alibaba Group announced the launch of its 2016 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, unveiling more than three weeks of marketing promotions, entertainment programs, and new product offerings from around the world to engage Chinese consumers on the world’s busiest and largest shopping day.
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Alibaba Group becomes the first online retailer member of the largest nonprofit global organization that fights counterfeit products and piracy.
Alibaba positions to adapt and remain a major player amidst challenging economic times and a future retail industry transformed by digital technology.
In a controversial appearance at the International Anti-counterfeiting Coalition’s (IACC) Spring Conference, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said the company was "100% committed" to fighting counterfeit brand goods.
Officially, Single’s Day is about 3 weeks away, but the shopping spree has started earlier. Alibaba announced in 20 Oct in Hong Hong that this year’s Single’s Day campaign would be extended from 24 hours to 24 days, starting from 21 Oct and ending on the Single’s Day weekend.
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In its biggest overseas acquisition to date, Chinese Internet giant Alibaba Group said Tuesday it will buy a controlling stake in Singapore e-commerce startup Lazada Group.
Alibaba plans for “immersive shopping experience” via virtual reality for its more than 400 million users.
Alibaba Group has signed a strategic partnership agreement yesterday with China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) to jointly push the expansion of e-commerce in China's rural areas.
Alibaba bought 33 million shares of Groupon, making it the fourth-largest shareholder in the online deals website that has lost 86 percent of its value since going public more than four years ago.
Alibaba's South-east Asian subsidiary Lazada confirms acquisition of Singapore e-grocer RedMart.
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The logistics arm of Alibaba Group Holding has completed a funding round, China's biggest e-commerce company said on Monday.
China’s largest e-commerce app Mobile Taobao drives impressive consumer engagement by enabling its users to do more than just shop online.
First making international expansion moves in support of Chinese users overseas, Alibaba financial businesses now look to actively invest in shares of foreign online and mobile payment companies to establish credible global payment capabilities.
In its biggest push out of Asia yet, Alipay — the payment app run by Alibaba's affiliate Ant Financial — will launch in Europe this summer.
Banking on the pull of star power and light entertainment to drive conspicuous consumption, Alibaba will again host an 11.11 countdown event leading up to the midnight start of its 2016 11.11 Global Shopping Festival.
B2B sales are expected to represent nearly 30% of the global market within the next three years, according to a study by Frost & Sullivan. Retailers need to get the ball rolling and make the most of the opportunities that this market offers them and their e-commerce activity.
Canada looks to tap the lucrative Chinese consumer market with the launch of an Alibaba backed e-commerce storefront.
Chinese seafood e-commerce website Gfresh has secured $20 million investment from Chinese internet giant Alibaba and Legend Capital, the investment arm of Legend Holdings, parent company of PC maker Lenovo Group.
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Alibaba group founder Jack Ma’s comments that fake goods often have the same or better quality to branded products comes as no surprise to those on the frontlines of anti-counterfeiting efforts.
As a follow-up to its completed e-commerce road map, Indonesia’s e-commerce steering committee of 10 ministers led by Coordinating Economic Minister Darmin Nasution is on the hunt for a prominent industry executive advisor.
Jack Ma, the executive chairman of Alibaba Group has a dream. A dream where political barriers to global e-commerce and cross border trade no longer exists.
Jack Ma, founder and chairman of e-commerce giant Alibaba, promotes the establishment of digital free trade zones for small businesses and calls for Russia to become an e-hub intersection connecting Asia and Europe.
Alibaba looks to new business in untapped rural markets, increased cross-border transactions, and online media and cloud growth as essential catalysts for future growth.
Mars Inc. takes a deliberate step into e-commerce in China, making all of its brands in the country available on all Alibaba platforms including Tmall.com and Rural Taobao.
Mondelez International enters into partnership with Alibaba to sell its range of snacks products on-line.
Nestlé strikes partnership with China's e-commerce giant Alibaba to boost its online sales and further penetrate the lucrative Chinese market.
Alibaba no longer member of U.S. based International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition after threats of a member walkout
More than 5,400 foreign brands from 53 countries are selling goods on Tmall Global, an online marketplace Alibaba Group launched in 2014 to take advantage of China’s relaxed rules on consumer purchases from foreign websites.
U.S.-listed Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba disclosed Wednesday that it is being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over its accounting practices and whether there have been any violations of the U.S. securities laws.
Uber is expanding its cooperation with Alibaba’s online-payment affiliate, allowing Chinese users to pay for rides with Alipay while traveling outside mainland China.
With a little help from virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality(AR) gamification, Alibaba sold over US$7 billion worth of goods during the first two hours of Singles Day.
Could this be the year that Alibaba finally gets a handle on the fake products available on its sites? Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma seems to thinks so.