Alibaba Group

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.”

Under a fresh memorandum of understanding, the technology giants commit to work together to alert consumers to the dangers of using pirated software while strengthening measures to prevent unauthorized Microsoft products from being sold on Alibaba’s shopping websites.

International cosmetics brands are launching stores on Tmall.com in a bid to raise brand awareness among tech-savvy Chinese consumers.

A new Alipay report released today shows mobile and rural e-commerce is thriving in China, with individuals from Hangzhou and Yiwu spending the most.

Chinese tourists can pay for their holiday transportation needs before they leave the country with a new Alipay Wallet service.

Alibaba Group seeks to give users more entertainment and content options at home through a line of Internet-enabled televisions.

With Internet usage in rural China rising faster than urban areas, Alibaba Group hopes to tap that enthusiasm in the countryside to drive e-commerce and economic growth in China's western region.

Luxury devotees can now go on Tmall.com for more options as marquee labels Hugo Boss and Calvin Klein jump on the e-commerce bandwagon.

The needs of China's rising consumer class are quickly overwhelming the country's domestic resources and environment, says Alibaba Group's founder. The solution: fewer restrictions on international trade and more imports for China.

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