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Alibaba Group Makes Up 1/4 of Global E-Commerce Sales, Report Finds

Alibaba Group has officially captured one-quarter of the entire global e-commerce market, with its cloud service not far behind, a report has found.

Tmall and Taobao Unify Back-End Operations to ‘Sharpen’ UX and Mechanism Innovation

Alibaba's Tmall and Taobao are joining forces in back-end operations, as competition sweeps across the Chinese e-commerce market. 

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Despite $3.7b Fine, Alibaba’s Shares are Jumping

Alibaba has been fined 18.3 billion yuan ($3.7 billion) by the Chinese government for 'abusing its dominant position', and limiting competition to other retailers in the country. So why did its shares skyrocket?

Powerful Women in E-Commerce | Q&A with Maggie Zhou

Maggie Zhou, Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand at Alibaba Group, was Jack Ma's 48th hire. To celebrate International Women's Day, we sat down with her to discuss her career with Alibaba and how women can feel empowered in the business industry.

E-Commerce is “Inevitable and Irresistible” | Q&A with Maggie Zhou, MD of Alibaba Group ANZ

Alibaba's 11.11 Global Shopping Festival exceeded expectations in the first 24 hours of its launch, further solidifying e-commerce's place in the post-pandemic world. Power Retail sat down with Maggie Zhou, the Managing Director of Alibaba Group Australia and New Zealand, to better understand the changing customer behaviours in China and how it may impact Australian retail.

Alibaba Celebrates 12th Global Shopping Festival

Alibaba Group has kicked off its 12th annual 11.11 Global Shopping Festival. The yearly sales event is one of the first to hit November, often touting e-commerce innovations. Here's what happened in the first hour of the online festival.

Alibaba Group Expects Revenue Drop as Result of COVID-19

Alibaba Group Holdings Limited has released its financial results from the quarter ending December 31st 2019. The Chinese conglomerate expects to see a revenue drop due to the global coronavirus outbreak.

How Online Retailers Can Profit from Singles’ Day

Singles’ Day began on Chinese university campuses in the mid-1990s as a counterpoint to Valentine’s Day for couples. Now 11.11, four 1s as the date is written, is a US$30 billion global shopping event, bigger than last year’s record-breaking US$7.9 billion Cyber Monday online shopping day in the US. How can online retailers cash in on the global shopping festival when it hits?

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