Jack Ma

At CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma showed off some home-grown technology that might be a mobile-tech match made in heaven: selfies and online-payment security.

Sales by U.K. brands on China's Tmall.com 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.

Alibaba's iconic business leader followed up his company's establishment of a foundation to fund young Hong Kong entrepreneurs with some sage advice.

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.”

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.

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

Alibaba news photo of Jack Ma

Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma has been elected to the Foundation Board of the prestigious World Economic Forum, joining leaders from international business, government and academia.

Alibaba Group announced on Monday it will purchase a stake in leading Chinese online video firm Youku Tudou, in a move that will enlarge Alibaba Group's footprint in the digital entertainment space.

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The Wall Street Journal says the generosity of the Alibaba co-founders is being viewed as "the dawn of a new era of giving" in China. Meanwhile, Ma this week was named to TIME magazine's annual list of the world's most influential people.

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