NEW YORK: Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holdings will allow small US businesses to sell on Alibaba.com, the company said, as it seeks to tap into the business-to-business e-commerce market and fend off rivals like Amazon.com. The move will open up markets to US merchants in countries
Amazon.com said it would shut its China online store by July 18, as the US e-commerce giant focuses on the lucrative businesses of selling overseas goods and cloud services in the world’s most populous nation. The move underscores how entrenched, home-grown e-commerce rivals have made it difficult for Amazon’s marketplace
China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Tuesday unveiled its most significant business reshuffle since co-founder Jack Ma announced his pending retirement, as the e-commerce firm looks to bolster its investment focus
China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Tuesday said its voice-controlled assistant will feature in local vehicles from Audi AG, Renault SA and Honda Motor Co Ltd, as the tech giant
Shares in firms linked to Chinese online retail titan Alibaba were mixed on Friday a day after rallying on a report it had filed for a Hong Kong listing that could be the city’s biggest initial public offering for almost a decade.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding beat fourth-quarter revenue forecasts on Wednesday, thanks to growth in its core business and its diversification into cloud computing and other services. Alibaba has invested in new business lines such as cloud computing as a boom in its core e-commerce has peaked and its top line growth is slowing.
Alibaba is considering raising as much as $20 billion through a listing in Hong Kong, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, lining up a second blockbuster deal following its 2014 record $25 billion float in New York.
China’s biggest e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding has delayed its up to $15 billion listing in Hong Kong amid growing political unrest in the Asian financial hub, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Alibaba’s Hong Kong-listing plans are being closely watched by the financial community for indications on the business
Hong Kong’s political unrest is posing a dilemma for Alibaba Group Holding on the timing of its planned $15 billion listing in the city, with sources saying China’s biggest e-commerce company is now considering different dates.
Alibaba, China’s biggest e-commerce company, has agreed to buy Kaola e-commerce unit from Chinese company NetEase for $2 billion, adding a platform that specialises in supplying curated luxury goods from abroad to domestic consumers.