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Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba announced that it has appointed Jonathan Lu the new chief executive officer of Alibaba Group, effective May 10, 2013.
Alibaba’s cloud computing platform’s five systems, including cloud computing, large-scale storage, cloud network, data crunching, and Yun OS, will be integrated and renamed the Feitian platform.
Chinese Internet shopping website Taobao.com has launched an application store under the domain App.taobao.com.
Chinese telecom operator China Unicom announced that following a period of trial operation, its official flagship store on the e-commerce website Taobao.com has formally launched, making it China Unicom’s second largest Internet store.
Chinese social networking site operator Renren.com has announced the launch of a new social travel platform Fengche.com, which has already been running for a few months.
Coach, a leading American designer and maker of luxury lifestyle handbags and accessories, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Taobao.com, the Chinese Internet shopping subsidiary of Alibaba Group, to prevent the sale of fake Coach products on this Chinese website.
Alipay.com, the third-party Internet payment subsidiary of the Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba, has launched a new Internet trading platform for second-hand products.
Tmall.com, the B2C section of Alibaba’s Taobao.com website, has published a report stating that its 2012 contract signings and renewals, which were planned to be launched on October 17, 2011, have been postponed.
Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba will soon launch a new cloud mobile operating system.
Chinese Internet retailer Dangdang.com has announced that the company has changed its management structure.
Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba has announced that to serve the customers more effectively and to ensure the competitiveness and innovation of Taobao.com, the group has decided to separate this subsidiary into three independent companies.
Chinese search engine Baidu.com and an e-commerce subsidiary of Alibaba, Taobao.com, have just been placed on the United States Trade Representative’s “Notorious Markets List”.
Taobao.com, the Internet shopping subsidiary of the Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba, has announced that the year 2011 will be a year of openness for Taobao.com, and the company will cultivate third-party developers, enterprises and service providers in various sectors.
The chief executive officer and chief operating officer of Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba.com Limited have resigned after the company admitted that about 100 of its own sales people were involved in allowing fraudulent storefronts on its international online marketplace.
E-commerce behemoth Alibaba Group is planning to push its resources offline in a move to enhance its logistics abilities.
Alibaba.com and Taobao.com, the two subsidiaries of the Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba, jointly announced plans to launch a new Internet shopping website under the domain name of Lp.taobao.com.
Amidst a shuffle of blog posts and news reports in China, rumors are forming that Chinese e-commerce company Dangdang.com is planning an initial public offering on Nasdaq sometime in the next few weeks.
The Anti-Phishing Alliance of China has announced that by the end of July 2010, the alliance had received 19,817 reports related to phishing websites, and e-commerce websites were the most imitated ones.
Alibaba Groups’ online auction and e-commerce subsidiary Taobao.com is launching a new website focused on the sale of digital products in China.
Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba has established a small loan company in Zhejiang to provide loans below CNY500,000 to its sourcing and procurement clients in Zhejiang.
China’s largest retail website Taobao.com announced that its online travel channel Tao Lvyou has gone officially online, marking Taobao.com’s entry into the Internet tourism and business travel market.
The State Administration for Industry & Commerce of China has formally published the “Interim Measures for Management of Network Commodity Trade and Related Services”, effective from July 1, 2010.
Taobao.com, the Chinese Internet shopping website owned by Alibaba Group, and Yahoo Japan, which is held by Japan’s Softbank Group, have reached a strategic cooperation deal.
Taobao.com, the Internet auction and shopping website owned by the Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba, has launched a new streamlined homepage.
Chinese third-party Internet payment platform Alipay.com has inked a cooperation deal with the international credit card organization MasterCard, to officially launch payment services with MasterCard in Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.
Chinese Internet shopping and auction website Taobao.com has formally announced that it will open its statistics to the public for the first time.
365anfang.com, a website engaged in providing online transaction security information, has been formally launched in China.