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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Jack Ma’

Alibaba Wants To Help US Small Businesses Sell More In China

Alibaba Group founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma wrote an article for The Wall Street Journal in which he talked about the company’s strategy for the U.S. market. According to him, it’s “simple and clear” in that it wants to help U.S. entrepreneurs and small business owners, as well as businesses of all sizes, sell goods to a growing Chinese …

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Alibaba Finally Files For IPO, Which Is Said To Be Largest Ever For Tech Company

As expected for quite a while, Alibaba has finally filed for its IPO, and word is that it will be the biggest one ever for a tech company. The Chinese e-commerce giant dominates mobile commerce in that country, accounting for a reported 76% of all sales and roughly 136 million MAUs. Alibaba also detailed its financial performance for the first …

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Alibaba CEO Jack Ma To Leave Post

Jack Ma, founder and CEO of Chinese ecommerce powerhouse Alibaba, will soon shed his CEO title, though he will remain executive chairman, and focus on strategic direction of the company, which he founded in 1999. Ma sent a letter around to Alibaba employees, which is quoted on the company’s blog: As a founder CEO,” Ma wrote in the e-mail, “stepping …

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