Ant Financial announced the launch of the INCLUSION Fintech Conference, an event that aims to bring together the global financial and technology community.
In Episode 58 of Tech Buzz China, our first episode of the new decade, co-hosts Rui Ma and Ying-Ying Lu talk about grocery e-commerce, or buying fresh food over the internet.
Alibaba has announced a strategic partnership with FAW Group, one of China’s largest automobile companies.
The Hurun Research Institute Thursday released the "Hurun China 500 Most Valuable Private Companies 2019".
The Alibaba DAMO Academy, a research and development institute run by Alibaba Group, published its forecast of the trends that would define the global tech industry in 2020.
Following Alibaba’s historic secondary listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange, other Chinese tech giants including Baidu are considering a similar strategy, according to IPOzaozhidao.
Alibaba announced a strategic reorganization of its IoT business, upgrading Tmall Genie to an independent business unit.
Alibaba has invested $10 million into XpressBees, an eCommerce logistics firm based in Pune, India.
Alibaba announced the 19th major structural adjustment in three years. Daniel Zhang announcing a new round of organizational restructuring.
On November 27, 2019, Alipay and Finablr announced a global partnership to provide cross-border remittance services.
Alibaba Cloud announced that the source code of Alink, its self-developed algorithm platform, has been made available via open source on Github, the world’s largest developer community.
Alibaba Group’s financial services affiliate Ant Financial is preparing to raise $1 billion for a fund that will invest in fintech startups in Southeast Asia and India.
WeChat Pay and Alipay have increased their utility for Chinese citizens by integrating with the country’s national healthcare system.
Alibaba Group debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange, becoming the first Chinese company to be publicly listed in both Hong Kong and the United States.
According to CNBC, in the first half of 2019, ByteDance generated more digital ad revenue than both Tencent and Baidu, with only Alibaba generating more.