During his whistle-stop trip to the US, Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma is busy courting small businesses
With the rise of e-commerce and more discerning consumers, the recent growth of malls in China risks becoming redundant.
By posting a 45% jump in revenues, the Alibaba results have defied expectations. A quick look at the big numbers.
Chinese fast fashion brand Handuyishe is beating well-established rivals by focusing exclusively on e-commerce. Why is that a good strategy?
Chinese e-commerce companies like Alibaba and JD.com are finding a lucrative opportunity in rural areas. But what kind of strategies will work there?
This week, new data on the Chinese economy painted a bleak picture; the Shanghai Composite Index surged (again); and a Chinese company bought Segway.
With its huge scale and steps toward global dominance, can anyone rival Alibaba’s might in China’s e-commerce sector?
This week, Shanghai brought the annual practice of fixing GDP growth targets into sharp focus by simply abandoning it; Alibaba and SAIC washed their dirty linen in public; and Apple posted record profits bolstered by Chinese fans of the iPhone 6.
CKGSB Professor Jack Chen on why the government should level the playing field in the Chinese retail industry
Amazon China is redoubling its efforts, but will it succeed at the second attempt in the country’s hyper-competitive e-commerce sector?