Alibaba Group

Alibaba Group's cloud-computing arm refreshes its mobile operating system which will debut on two upcoming smartphones.

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At a press event that included the official rebranding of its parent financial-services company, officials for China’s largest e-payments provider revealed they are looking inside and outside China for growth.

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To strengthen its presence in the PRC's booming mobile Internet market, the e-commerce giant is recruiting an army of mobile-app developers by opening up its online-shopping websites to independent tech companies.

Alibaba Group's cloud computing unit will provide Royal Philips with back-end computing support for a newly launched range of smart devices in China.

This year, Alibaba Group aims to turn its biggest online shopping promotion into a worldwide affair by adding hundreds of participating merchants from its international marketplaces, AliExpress and Tmall Global.

At more than $1 trillion, China is the world’s largest grocery market.

Adventurous Chinese travelers who eschew tour groups can now go global but pay local, thanks to a tie up between Airbnb and Alipay.

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Stakeholders in the proposed financial institution vow to "bring innovation to the real economy and customers’ daily lives" by launching an online bank serving consumers and small businesses.

(This story has been updated to reflect the sale of additional Alibaba shares on Sept. 22, making the company's IPO the largest in history worldwide.)

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Watch this to see what "Aliren" (Alibaba employees) had to say about an auspicious day.

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