Alibaba
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ft.com
4 years ago
China's Alibaba has slowed its previously aggressive Indian expansion drive, putting a mooted deal with smartphone group Micromax on ice and delaying other investment plans in the face of problems in its home market, according to people familiar the ...
thestreet.com
4 years ago
Alibaba's gross merchandise volume (GMV) for only mobile sales topped the company's entire GMV in 2014, with 94 million mobile buyers purchasing $9.8 billion worth of products during Singles Day. The company said it passed last year's total volume at ...
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businessinsider.com
4 years ago
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba often gets mentioned as Amazon's main competitor, but Alibaba founder and chairman Jack Ma doesn't believe it's a fair comparison. He says the two companies run on completely different models, and if anything, ...
npr.org
4 years ago
The one-day shopping spree is promoted by China's online retail giant Alibaba. More than $10 billion in sales were generated — more than five times the volume of last year's Cyber Monday in the U.S.. RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: China's annual ...
wsj.com
4 years ago
Alibaba, which dominates e-commerce in China, is going abroad as its home market matures. Alibaba Executive Chairman Jack Ma has said the company plans to serve two billion customers world-wide within a decade. Executives hope to turn China's Nov.
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online.wsj.com
5 years ago
But the real success of Alibaba's initial public offering will depend on whether it can keep growing without sacrificing its high profit margins of more than 40%. That means deftly shifting its business model to mobile while fending off stiff ...
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reuters.com
5 years ago
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son also told CNBC that he would want to own more of Alibaba, although he reiterated that the Japanese mobile carrier and Internet media company was happy with the current 32 percent stake, which made it the Chinese ...
profit.ndtv.com
5 years ago
New York: Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's shares soared 38 percent in their first day of trading on Friday as investors jumped at the chance for a piece of what is likely to rank as the largest IPO in history, in a massive bet on China's burgeoning middle ...
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September 19
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dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
After pricing at $68 a share on Thursday night, Alibaba's shares opened sharply higher on Friday and finished the day up 38 percent, at $93.89. Yet even Alibaba's blockbuster stock sale appears unlikely to dampen a yearlong enthusiasm for initial ...
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washingtonpost.com
5 years ago
The Alibaba Group, China's e-commerce powerhouse, made history Friday when it raised more than $21 billion in a record-breaking stock market debut. So what exactly did investors buy? A piece of a Caribbean-based holding company with tenuous ties to ...
huffingtonpost.com
5 years ago
NEW YORK (AP) — Alibaba debuted as a publicly traded company Friday and swiftly climbed nearly 40 percent in a mammoth IPO that offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class.
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time.com
5 years ago
China-Based Internet Company Alibaba Debuts On New York Stock Exchange Founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group Jack Ma attends the company's initial price offering (IPO) at the New York Stock Exchange on September 19, 2014 in New York ...
online.wsj.com
5 years ago
Alibaba Group Holding's initial public offering was marketed to investors as a bargain. Those savings disappeared before most people could even get in the door. The Chinese e-commerce giant initially rose more than 30% above the $68-a-share offer price ...
theguardian.com
5 years ago
Founded by Jack Ma, a former English teacher who started the site from his one-bedroom apartment in Hangzhou in 1998, Alibaba now controls 80% of online commerce in China. Ma cemented his position as China's richest man with the sale. The value of ...
money.cnn.com
5 years ago
The bounce signals optimism among investors about Alibaba's (BABA) ability to continue its rapid growth trajectory as China's middle class grows and and the company expands to other parts of the world. Moments after the stock started trading, the ...
online.wsj.com
5 years ago
Alibaba now trades at a price that has Wall Street investors expecting strong growth even as it faces challenges including a transition to mobile commerce, where advertising rates are lower than for desktop users, and potentially slower-than-expected ...
economist.com
5 years ago
ALIBABA'S shares were priced at $68 on September 18th, giving China's e-commerce behemoth a market capitalisation of $168 billion as it started trading on New York's Stock Exchange. The flotation will raise $21.8 billion, narrowly missing the record ...
nytimes.com
5 years ago
They lined up hundreds deep at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York earlier this month to hear Alibaba's executive chairman, Jack Ma, promote the Chinese Internet retailer's initial public offering. “It was a zoo,” said Vincent Rivers, senior ...
latimes.com
5 years ago
Alibaba Group came out with a monster roar Friday as its shares began trading at $92.70, up more than 36% from its IPO price of $68. The rest of the day was relatively stable for the new stock, analysts said, falling a nickel below $90 for only a ...
businessinsider.com
5 years ago
REUTERS/Brendan McDermidAlibaba Group Holding Ltd. founder Jack Ma at the New York Stock Exchange for his company's initial public offering (IPO) under the ticker "BABA" in New York on Friday. Alibaba opened for trade at $92.70 per share, up 36% ...
forbes.com
5 years ago
Even if you decide not to invest in Alibaba shares for now, it is worth understanding its operations because Executive Chairman, Jack Ma, is setting his sights on the U.S. market. He's a very clever entrepreneur and the money he will get from the ...
forbes.com
5 years ago
Alibaba and its selling shareholders will raise a combined $21.8 billion, a figure that could rise to $25 billion if underwriters exercise an option to buy more shares at the IPO price. At $68 per share, Alibaba valued itself at about $167.6 billion ...
recode.net
5 years ago
You can own a piece of Alibaba now. The Chinese e-commerce giant, which started trading on the New York Stock Exchange today, raised $21.8 billion, and it'll likely end the day worth more than either Amazon or eBay. The shares opened at $92.70.
forbes.com
5 years ago
On Thursday, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba priced its initial public offering at $68 per share, at the top end of its second, higher range (the initial was $60-$66 per share). But some analysts and onlookers still see lots of room for the stock to pop.
news.vice.com
5 years ago
The world's largest e-commerce company is set to debut on the New York Stock Exchange with the ticker BABA on Friday in one of the biggest initial public offerings ever. But the Alibaba Group isn't Silicon Valley's latest darling — it hails from the ...
reuters.com
5 years ago
Alibaba (BABA.N) took the spotlight after its initial public offering priced at $68 a share and rose as high as $99.70 before ending the session up 38 percent to $93.89. Shares of Yahoo (YHOO.O), which is selling part of its Alibaba stake but will ...
dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
Yahoo owns a large stake in Alibaba, which has led to a debate over what Yahoo will be worth once it sells its Alibaba holding. The exercise can be cruel to Yahoo. Using Alibaba's Friday stock price, Yahoo's remaining stake in the company has a stock ...
reuters.com
5 years ago
1 of 17. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd founder Jack Ma (C) rings a ceremonial bell to start trading during his company's initial public offering (IPO) under the ticker 'BABA' at the New York Stock Exchange in New York September 19, 2014.
online.wsj.com
5 years ago
A Yahoo spokeswoman declined to comment on Thursday. An AOL spokesman didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. After the IPO, Yahoo will retain 401.8 million shares in Alibaba. That stake is currently worth $27.3 billion, a number that will ...
dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
Started here in 1999, Alibaba has followed the model of Microsoft, Google and other American technology companies, generously handing out stock to all levels of workers, from senior executives to receptionists. It has created a wealth diaspora rarely ...
dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
Professional investors, of course, already know that Alibaba is a fast-growing, hugely profitable Chinese company that is a combination of eBay and Amazon, with a little bit of Google thrown in. They like it so much that they have stampeded to Alibaba ...
dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
In the 12 months that ended in June, the business processed $778 billion worth of payments in China, only 30 percent of that related to Alibaba's online shopping websites. By comparison, eBay's PayPal unit — which does not have a license in China but ...
washingtonpost.com
5 years ago
Alibaba Group, the Chinese Web juggernaut that has become the world's biggest online retailer, will sell its first shares to the public Friday in one of the most lucrative debuts in stock market history. Though little known in the United States, the ...
forbes.com
5 years ago
According to various reports on the day before the company expects to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange, Alibaba and its selling shareholders will raise a combined $21.8 billion, a figure that could rise to $25 billion if underwriters exercise ...
abcnews.go.com
5 years ago
Alibaba debuted as a publicly traded company Friday and swiftly climbed more than 40 percent in a mammoth IPO that offered eager investors seemingly unlimited potential for growth and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class. The sharp ...
dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
The Alibaba Group, the Chinese Internet juggernaut, raised nearly $21.8 billion in its initial stock sale on Thursday, as investors flocked to buy a piece of the company that is poised to continue dominating China's burgeoning e-commerce industry.
usatoday.com
5 years ago
Alibaba priced its shares at $68 apiece Thursday, raising $21.8 billion for the company and investors, and solidifying its stature as the biggest U.S. IPO in history. The stock is to trade under the symbol BABA Friday on the New York Stock Exchange.
fortune.com
5 years ago
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group will price its shares at $68 a piece, topping its initial expected range, and raising a total of $21.8 billion to make it the biggest U.S. initial public offering ever. The stock sale places the company in the ...
usatoday.com
5 years ago
SAN FRANCISCO — When its stock begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, Alibaba will become one of the world's most valuable Internet companies, alongside Google and Facebook. Two other Chinese Internet giants — Tencent and ...
dealbook.nytimes.com
5 years ago
Alibaba is expected to give a highly intricate “Tao doll,” patterned after the mascot for its Taobao marketplace, to the New York Stock Exchange on Friday morning, in what a person briefed on the matter said was meant as a sign of respect and a ...
reuters.com
5 years ago
At that price, the IPO, one of the largest-ever, would give Alibaba a market valuation of $167.6 billion, surpassing American corporate icons from Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) to Boeing Co (BA.N). The offering also vaults it atop U.S. e-commerce rivals like ...
cnbc.com
5 years ago
But one analyst told CNBC on Thursday that investors would still do well to buy Alibaba after the stock starts trading on Wall Street on Friday. "I do have a buy rating on the stock after it opens," said Neil Doshi, co-head of technology and media ...
abcnews.go.com
5 years ago
Alibaba, which is expected to go public tomorrow in the biggest initial public offering ever, is a giant tech firm that remains a giant mystery to many Americans. The e-commerce company has a number of businesses all under the name Alibaba Group. Why ...
usatoday.com
5 years ago
Transactions on Alibaba's online sites totaled $248 billion last year, more than eBay and Amazon combined. Unlike Amazon which owns warehouses and goods, Alibaba is just a trading platform. Like eBay, the site acts as a middleman between buyers and ...
fortune.com
5 years ago
Alibaba's governance structure is not as unfriendly to public shareholders as the dual-class share arrangements you can easily find among other public tech companies—Facebook, Google, Zynga, Groupon—some of which have done well by shareholders ...
nbcnews.com
5 years ago
Alibaba's initial public offering will unleash a flood of wealth for founder Jack Ma and his partner Joseph Tsai. But unlike some other recent tech IPOs, the big money isn't being spread around the company. The IPO, which could be largest ever, is ...
time.com
5 years ago
This former school teacher turned Internet mogul doesn't need Alibaba's IPO to go gangbusters. He is already the richest man in China, worth approximately $22 billion, according to Bloomberg. For Ma, who personally owns around 9% of Alibaba shares, any ...
blogs.wsj.com
5 years ago
The big day has come. Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding will list on the New York Stock Exchange Friday under the symbol BABA. Executive Chairman Jack Ma is expected to ring the exchange's opening bell when trading begins at 9:30 a.m. ...
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fivethirtyeight.com
6 years ago
The Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has filed documents preparing for an initial public offering, enabling its stock to be listed and traded in the United States. Although the IPO has yet to happen, analysts are speculating it could fetch about $15 ...
forbes.com
6 years ago
China ecommerce is expected to reach 10% of all retail in China by the end of 2014. It's a big growing pie by all measures. The domestic Chinese market is dominated by Alibaba through Taobao (C2C) & Tmall (B2C) with payments facilitated by Alipay (Not ...
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Alibaba Group () is a privately owned Hangzhou-based family of Internet-based businesses that includes business-to-business international trade, online retail and payment platforms, and data-centric cloud computing services.
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