Showing posts with label alibaba. Show all posts
Showing posts with label alibaba. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Alibaba Fuels Massive Rise In Mobile Ad Blocking In Asia; Could The US Be Next?

alibaba, tecnologyA woman looks at her smartphone during the Global Mobile Internet Conference at the National Convention Centre in Beijing, April 28, 2016. China is one of the countries where mobile ad blocking is most widespread, according to a report from PageFair. PHOTO: NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Last year, the advertising technology company PageFair put the fear of God into publishers and advertisers across the world with some startling research: Ad bloc

Friday, June 26, 2015

Alibaba launches online bank aimed at SMBs, rural customers

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China's first online-only banking service provider is using big data technology to grant loans to SMBs and rural customers.

After almost nine months of preparation, e-commerce giant Alibaba has revealed the latest addition to its online financial services network by officially launching the Zhejiang Wangshang Bank.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Alibaba is launching TBO, a movie streaming business for China

Alibaba is launching TBO, a movie streaming business for China, jack ma, businessAlibaba already sells millions of televisions every year to Chinese consumers. Now it wants to sell them stuff to watch as well—the company is launching a movie streaming service for its set-top box customers in two months.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Jack Ma, sparking America's next gold rush?

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Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

"Made in China" was practically the catchphrase of the 1990s.

Shops overflowed with Chinese-made products, from clothing to Christmas toys to lightbulbs and sports equipment, all snapped up by America's middle class. China, for better or worse, was "the workshop of the world," and the U.S. its voracious consumer.

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Tumblr And Yahoo: Latest Details On The Imminent Deal

Tumblr And Yahoo: Latest Details On The Imminent Deal

By the end of this weekend, Tumblr founder David Karp will most likely be $250 million richer and Yahoo YHOO -0.26% founder Marissa Mayer will be able to say she outmaneuvered her old friends at Google GOOG +0.52%, not to mention Facebook FB +0.38%, Twitter and Microsoft MSFT +2.29%.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Alibaba Eager Defeat Android

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Alibaba, internet and software companies from China, not only to lead the e- commerce market in the Bamboo Curtain country, but also save big ambitions: beating Google's operating system, the Android mobile operating system market in China.