Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses where Alibaba may spend the funds generated by the IPO as well as Yahoo's big payday.
Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital principal, takes a look at Alibaba's valuation and explains why U.S. investors are becoming more comfortable with Chinese companies.
CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks to Scott Cutler, NYSE head of global listings, about the latest pricing indication for the opening of the largest IPO ever Alibaba Group.
Walter Price, Allianz Global Investors, says he would be a buyer of Alibaba if the company opens between $80-$83.
The New York Times columnist Jim Stewart shares his opinions on the relationship with Alibaba and the Chinese government.
Awaiting the first trade of Alibaba on the NYSE, with The New York Times columnist Jim Stewart.
Pat Murphy, Barclays, says the early indication of Alibaba's opening price is $80-$83.
SoftBank CEO & Alibaba director Masayoshi Son, shares his optimism for Alibaba, as well as Japan and China's economy.
SoftBank CEO & Alibaba director Masayoshi Son, provides perspective on the business of Alibaba on its big IPO day.
CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks to Scott Cutler, NYSE head of global listings, and Pat Murphy, Barclays, about the large number of orders for Alibaba, and the process of building its book.
Alibaba Group's CEO Jack Ma describes how he plans to spend his own personal wealth.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma, discusses Alibaba's affiliated payments business Alipay, and the infrastructure of commerce in the U.S. verses in China.
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma says his hero is Forrest Gump, saying every time he is frustrated, he watches the movie.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma, discusses his company's strategic plans after earning some $15 billion or more from its IPO.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma says he is very honored to be coming public today at the NYSE.
Alibaba Group rings the opening bell at the NYSE on the day the Chinese company comes public, with the "Squawk on the Street" crew.
Scott Cutler, NYSE head of listings, discusses the intricate process of generating Alibaba's book, and the role of its underwriters in determining the opening price and time at which it opens.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the process to build Alibaba's book took about 4 hours after the pricing took place, and there are about 1,700 different accounts in the book.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team prepare for Alibaba to come public on the NYSE. CNBC's Jim Cramer is shocked by the demand of mutual funds worldwide for this IPO.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.