Alibaba

Strong mobile growth and a rapid uptake of its cloud computing business has seen Alibaba’s revenues surge 59 per cent in the most recent quarter. Net income fell from 30.8 billion yuan to 7.5 billion yuan due to a large investment in its movie making business – Aliababa Pictures, and

Eight weeks before the Alibaba float one of Which-50’s writers was interviewing the chairman of an ASX-200 retailer. When we asked what the Chairman planned to do if Alibaba decided to collapse the margins between China and Australia, his reaction was both genuine and shocking. “Who’s Alibaba?” In fact he

Within ten years the majority of Chinese retail consumption will be conducted online, and Alibaba is positioning itself to exploit a market where 80 per cent of China’s enterprises will need to use an Internet-based e commerce platform, logistics network, financial services, cloud computing and cross-border services. That’s the word

Amazon on the Yangtse – tackling Alibaba on its home turf Sometimes you need to take a step back and absorb the breadth of events in the digital era. One recent event should be cause for a serious pause. Amazon, forecast at present to burn $US800 million next quarter, has

Amazon on the Yangtse – tackling Alibaba on its home turf Sometimes you need to take a step back and absorb the breadth of events in the digital era. One recent event should be cause for a serious pause. Amazon, forecast at present to burn $US800 million next quarter, has

Amazon on the Yangtse – tackling Alibaba on its home turf Sometimes you need to take a step back and absorb the breadth of events in the digital era. One recent event should be cause for a serious pause. Amazon, forecast at present to burn $US800 million next quarter, has

Amazon on the Yangtse – tackling Alibaba on its home turf Sometimes you need to take a step back and absorb the breadth of events in the digital era. One recent event should be cause for a serious pause. Amazon, forecast at present to burn $US800 million next quarter, has

Amazon on the Yangtse – tackling Alibaba on its home turf Sometimes you need to take a step back and absorb the breadth of events in the digital era. One recent event should be cause for a serious pause. Amazon, forecast at present to burn $US800 million next quarter, has

Amazon on the Yangtse – tackling Alibaba on its home turf Sometimes you need to take a step back and absorb the breadth of events in the digital era. One recent event should be cause for a serious pause. Amazon, forecast at present to burn $US800 million next quarter, has

Figures release by iResearch China demonstrate the extraordinary power Alibaba wield in the Chinese ecommerce market, where it controls nearly 85 per cent of the mobile shopping market. According to Resonance Chinas, “The numbers are impressive with mobile Taobao and mobile Tmall making up 84.5 per cent of China’s RMB