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Alibaba’s Mobile Advertising Income Reached USD11 Billion In 2016

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group realized USD11 billion mobile advertising revenue in 2016, accounting for 40.3% market share in the …

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Snapchat Sets Up Office In Shenzhen

Snapchat’s parent company Snap Inc. has reportedly built a research and development team in mainland China. Though users are not …

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Short Video Creators Can Now Enjoy CNY1 Billion In Subsidies From Toutiao.com

RMBAttention spans are shrinking, so money to grab eyeballs is increasing. A Chinese online video site is incentivizing online creators …

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Alibaba Ups Stake In Chinese Microblogging Site

Social Media in ChinaIs Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. planning a takeover of Sina.com’s Weibo microblogging service? The e-commerce behemoth just acquired another three …

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Alibaba’s Chief Bets Big On Internet Gambling, Which Is Banned In China

wasting moneyDon’t believe anyone who says Alibaba.com’s founder Jack Ma doesn’t intend to upset the status quo and sense of stability …

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Yang Weidong Earns President Role At China’s Biggest Video Producer

Yang WeidongUser-generated content first propelled Youku and Tudou into a post-IPO merger, and then Alibaba took control and privatized the company. …

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Censorship Is LinkedIn’s China Friend As It Boasts User Milestone

LinkedIn Censorship in ChinaShen Boyang, LinkedIn’s global vice president and China president, said that the company’s number of users in China has surpassed …

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Who Knew Chinese Food Delivery Could Get So Big?

takeoutNow that Ele.me’s agreement with Alibaba and Ant Financial for a combined USD1.25 billion investment is signed, the company has …

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Alibaba Invests USD1 Billion To Control Southeast Asia E-commerce Leader

Asian E-commerceAlibaba Group announced that they will invest USD1 billion to subscribe a controlling stake in Lazada, including about USD500 million …

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China Can Be Deadly For Foreign E-commerce Firms

Asos.cn websiteAsos, a leading fashion e-commerce operator in Great Britain, announced plans to end its China business after less than three …

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Americans Can Now Use China’s Didi Ride Hailing App

ride hailingChinese taxi-hailing app Didi is now available in America and users can complete payment via WeChat or Alipay with automated …

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China’s Ali Music Rubs Elbows With Baidu In Korea

kpopAli Music Group, the music branch of Alibaba Group, announced that they will implement a music and e-commerce business cooperation …

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GoDaddy Seeks Chinese Domain Name Buyers

domain nameGoDaddy.com, one of the largest top-level domain name sellers in the United States, is aiming for more Chinese business in …

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Alibaba’s South China Morning Post Purchase Puts Focus On News Coverage

Chinese e-commerce boss Jack Ma is emulating America’s Amazon.com boss Jeff Bezos, who recently purchased The Washington Post, by purchasing his own media empire in Hong Kong, the South China Morning Post. Alibaba Group Holding Limited says it has entered into a definite agreement to acquire the South China Morning Post and other media assets […]

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Fake Goods Kill Chinese E-commerce Hope

The sale of fake and counterfeit goods in China has finally ended the services of a major online shopping service. Chinese B2C e-commerce operator JD.com announced that they will stop services at Paipai.com on December 31, 2015, and after a three-month transition period the website will be completely shut down by April 1, 2016. Paipai.com […]

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What Chilling Effect Would Alibaba’s Investment Have On Free Media?

The e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is reportedly planning a newspaper investment in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, according to multiple reports in Chinese local media. However, neither side has commented on or verified the news. South China Morning Post is reportedly the largest English-language newspaper in Hong Kong, with a circulation of about 110,000 […]

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Chinese E-Commerce Eyes Stability During Year’s Biggest Shopping Day

In the West, today is the remembrance of the end of World War One. But in China, November 11 is Singles’ Day and the entire country has prepared for an online sales onslaught. In 2014, Alibaba posted more than USD9 billion in sales on China’s Singles’ Day. And this year rivals JD.com and Suning hope […]

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Alibaba Tries To Find The Best Way To Manage Its Growth

With its stock price dropping in the U.S., Alibaba Group announced plans to launch a dual-city operations strategy to better manage its varied assets. The company will base itself in Hangzhou and Beijing dual-center strategy. Beijing will be its base camp to promote its strategy execution and business development in the northern areas of China. […]

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Alibaba Continues Testing Streaming Video Service

Alibaba has started testing its streaming video service named Tmall Box Office, which is a Netflix-style subscription video service. The monthly subscription for the service costs CNY39 and the annual subscription is CNY365. Alibaba revealed in June 2015 that the company would launch an online streaming video service which will include Chinese and foreign movies […]

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Tmall.com Teams With Oil Giant For Mobile Payments

Chinese B2C e-commerce platform Tmall.com and China National Petroleum Corporation’s Hunan branch will integrate their resources to launch a mobile payment service model. Tmall.com, which is a subsidiary of Alibaba, said that the company will integrate Alibaba’s ecosphere to help CNPC Hunan implement an “Internet Plus” transformation that includes an online store, mobile payment, big […]

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Uniqlo Closes Chinese Internet Shopping Retail Site

Days after a sex video filmed in Uniqlo’s Beijing store blew up the Chinese Internet, the Japanese apparel retailer says it has closed its flagship store on JD.com. The store was shuttered on July 20, 2015, after only three months of operation. On April 8, 2015, Uniqlo and JD signed a cooperation agreement and Uniqlo’s […]

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Alibaba Will Offload U.S. Assets

Alibaba has agreed to sell four of its American e-commerce assets to U.S.-based social shopping platform OpenSky. Alibaba will give OpenSky 11main.com, Auctiva, Vendio and SingleFeed in exchange for about a 37% stake in OpenSky. No financial details or exact timing on the deal are yet available, according to reports in foreign media. 11main.com is […]

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Foreign Governments Join Chinese E-commerce Leader To Promote Global Trade

Alibaba is working directly with foreign embassies in China to expand its influence and sales potential around the world. The e-commerce company has opened 11 official country pavilions on its Tmall Global platform and cooperative partnerships between Juhuasuan, Alibaba’s group-buying platform, and 26 foreign embassies in China. A total of 11 countries, including United States, […]

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Alibaba Becomes Exclusive Distributor For BMG In China

BMG, a music business subsidiary of Germany’s Bertelsmann Group, has signed an exclusive online music distribution agreement for the Chinese market with Alibaba. Under the agreement, Alibaba will become the exclusive online distributor of BMG music and artists in the Chinese market. Alibaba will sell those products on its own platforms such as Xiami.com. In […]

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Amazon’s Flagship Store On Tmall.com Begins Trial In China

Amazon China Z.cn announced that its official flagship store on Tmall.com has started trial operation and will be formally launched in April 2015. This flagship store will initially provide Chinese netizens with directly procured imported products, including shoes, food, wine, kitchenware, and toys. Products sold on Amazon’s Tmall flagship store will be delivered via Amazon […]

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Possible Class Action Suit Against Alibaba For Disclosure Failures

Alibaba and its executives may feel the sting of American jurisprudence as law firms line up for possible class action lawsuits in the United States against the Chinese e-commerce company. At least five law firms so far have expressed intentions to commence class actions against Alibaba. For example, a complain from Robbins Geller Rudman & […]

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Asia Society Announces First Asia Game Changer Awards

New York, USA, September 17, 2014 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – Asia Society today announced the first-ever Asia Game Changer Awards, designed to recognize those making a transformative and positive difference for the future of Asia and the world. This year’s honorees include 13 leaders and institutions from Asia and the U.S. “Asia Society is proud … >>>


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Ganji.com Announces Major Executive Changes

Chinese classified information website Ganji.com announced its latest executive team structure, covering strategy, sales, business development, and marketing. Former Alibaba executive Chen Guohuan has been appointed chief operating officer of Ganji.com; former Taobao executive Zhu Xiaoping has been appointed vice president of Ganji.com’s channel department; and former Alibaba B2B business unit executive Wang Zhenghong has […]