Alibaba news

D'Addario & Company, world-famous for its made-in-America guitar strings, has taken the plunge into Internet retailing in China, recently opening a storefront on Alibaba Group's Tmall.com platf

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The international wholesale trading website continues to expand financing options in its bid to become a soup-to-nuts trade services provider.

To feed a growing hunger for Western television shows and movies, Alibaba Group and Lionsgate have teamed up to bring hit TV shows and movies to the homes of millions of Chinese couch potatos.

Warehouses, essential though they may be to the global supply chain, are dull.  Even when they are outfitted with a

Alibaba Group has made it easy for Chinese consumers to check for fake drugs by letting them scan a barcode on the box to get all the information related to its point of origin.

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In e-commerce, conversion is a key metric by which to analyze your store’s performance. Here are some tested tactics for turning browsers into buyers.

Alibaba Group's Tmall.com rolled out a new "try before you buy" program last month that allows shoppers on the platform's apparel site to defer payment till they have received and are satisfied with the items bought.

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Concerned about the safety of domestic agricultural products, urban Chinese consumers are renting farmland and hiring farmers in rural areas to grow their own "customized" fruits and vegetables through Alibaba's group-buying website.

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Millions of young people across China who invested their spare cash through Alipay has made Yu'E Bao the world's fourth-largest money market fund.

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As the fabled tournament grinds on in Brazil, e-commerce entrepreneurs are hawking a weird variety of cures for football fever-related ailments, among them alienated girlfriends and injuries incurred during "drunken socializing."

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