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If you’ve ever wondered how to tap China's booming consumer market, a seminar series in the U.S. can help provide answers.

An Italian supercar becomes the world's most expensive bumper car when this driver loses control.

The recent Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the London Olympics and other events are making British products popular on Alibaba.com. Check out the infographic.

Alibaba.com's run as a public company ended today with the quiet delisting of its shares in Hong Kong, in stark contrast to the frenzied fanfare that marked the B2B company's IPO in 2007.

Alibaba.com is having some fun with viral "fail" videos. Watch as this 80-year-old skydiver discovers a new way to come back to earth.

Alibaba Group's plan to take its flagship e-commerce company Alibaba.com private was approved at a special shareholders meeting in Hong Kong today, capping a big week for the Chinese Internet compa

After more than a year, the heads have finally stopped rolling in the aftermath of a 2011 online fraud scandal that cost former Alibaba.com CEO David Wei his job.

A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that Alibaba.com was not liable for the sale of counterfeit products by a Chinese supplier using the B2B website, a decision that may help clarify the legal responsibilities of online marketplaces in fraud cases.

Watch some inventors brainstorm with Alibaba.com at the 2012 National Hardware Show in Las Vegas 

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