Back to the start?
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Last minute decision suspends world's biggest IPO. But it exposes debates still ongoing about how to regulate fintech companies.
Most people would be content to pull off one of the world's top five IPOs, but Jack Ma is on course for his second.
Ant Group is the payments powerhouse behind Alibaba.
In the teeth of the crackdown on foreign listed companies, Ant Group has opted for Hong Kong – ultimately to the cost of American savers.
Banning TikTok in the United States poses a threat to global democracy.
The Trump administration's attempts to ban TikTok and other Chinese technologies sets a dangerous precedent for internet regulation.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma, left, is funding African entrepreneurs through his foundation.
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The response by Chinese donors to this pandemic so far illustrates how the country's philanthropy is beginning to go global.
Jack Ma speaks at a meeting of the World Economic Forum Foundation in 2015.
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From helping fight coronavirus to supporting education and biodiversity projects, China's tech billionaires have moved boldly into philanthropy, continuing what is an ancient tradition.
Supporting an infant industry.
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A new industry is being created under President Xi Jinping. Meet the two men making it happen.
He’s having a laugh: Jack Ma with the NYSE traders.
Greed is still good. Wall Street has just witnessed its largest ever stock market launch as Chinese internet giant Alibaba raised some $25 billion and watched its share price rise by 35% on its first day’s…
All a blur. The Alibaba IPO sets a new benchmark.
The planned stock market listing of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba in New York is a landmark deal for several reasons. The listing is anticipated to become the largest in the US since Facebook’s issue…