Alibaba Group

Alibaba Group, Ant Financial Services and Weibo plan to roll out mobile municipal services in 50 Chinese cities by the end of 2015.

In a $2.5 billion deal, Alibaba Group will transfer its online pharmacy operations to Hong Kong-listed Alibaba Health Information Technology in exchange for majority ownership of the digital healthcare company.

On March 6, Alibaba Group named Jeff Zhang, 41, to head the company’s China retail marketplaces, Taobao Marketplace and group-buying website Juhuasuan.

A report on the state of China's e-commerce industry last year revealed e-shopping GMV jumped nearly 50 percent with shopping on mobile devices soaring almost 240 percent. Who owns the mainland's exploding m-commerce market? Check out the last chart.

Aliyun, Alibaba Group’s cloud-computing subsidiary, announced today it is opening a data center in Silicon Valley, planting a flag in the U.S.

Sales by U.K. brands on China's and Tmall Global shopping websites surged 94 percent last year--and it's all part of Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma's plan to make his e-commerce company an international powerhouse.

Singling out Alibaba "for helping consumers save, spend, and be entertained," the influential business magazine ranks the e-commerce giant No. 3--right behind Apple--out of 50 global companies.

Alibaba Group's minority stake in Meizu signals more cooperation between the companies: Meizu will receive support in selling phones on Alibaba's giant online marketplaces, while Alibaba tries to get its YunOS mobile operating system into more consumers' hands.

Alibaba Group this week said it is hiring 300 people to form an "anti-counterfeit special operations battalion,” another escalation in the e-commerce company’s long-running battle to eradicate coun

Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma says his e-commerce company, which raised $25 billion last year in the world’s largest-ever IPO, is still “a baby.”