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This Ivy League school is the alma mater for seven chief executives who led their companies' IPOs last year.
The growing trend of online transactions and e-commerce are putting new twists to Chinese traditions for the coming Lunar New Year.
Apple does it. Cisco does it. Intel, too. As growth slows, how unthinkable is a dividend from mature Internet stocks Google, Yahoo and eBay?
Chinese investment in the U.S. last year topped $10 billion for the second year. But are Chinese businesses coming to America a good thing?
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and California-based LendingClub are teaming up to get more U.S. businesses to buy products from Chinese suppliers.
Renaud Laplanche, LendingClub founder & CEO, discusses the new partnership with Alibaba which will provide financing to small U.S. businesses buying from Chinese suppliers.
Asian stocks traded mixed on Tuesday, as a rebound in crude oil prices brought mixed blessings, while speculation that the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will cut rates today continued to buoy Australian equities.
Asian equities outside China traded higher on Friday, following a halt in the sell-off in energy markets and as traders digest the raft of earnings releases in Tokyo and Seoul.
Alibaba's magic carpet ride came to a standstill on Thursday, but experts say the world's largest e-commerce firm remains a compelling investment.
Jim O'Donnell, Chief Investment Officer of Forward Management, attributes the disappointment over Alibaba's revenues to "expectations getting ahead of themselves."
Rob Enderle, President & Principal Analyst at Enderle Group, attributes the dive in Alibaba's stock to the fact that the internet giant has failed to set appropriate expectations among its investors.
Scott Nations, Chief Investment Officer and President at NationsShares, explains why U.S. markets are "misreading the movements in oil prices" and discusses the tech stocks that he likes.
Cynthia Meng, Managing Director for China and Hong Kong Telecom, Media and Technology Equity Research at Jefferies, attributes Alibaba's quarterly revenue miss to its continued transition to mobile.
Alan Haft, Partner at Kelly-Haft Financial, says the Chinese e-commerce giant remains a "great company for long-term investors."
Henry Blodget, CEO, Editor-in-Chief, and Founder, Business Insider discusses his company's new funding deal, which will bring the company $25 million, much of which will be invested in content, he says
Henry Blodget, CEO, Editor-in-Chief, and Founder, Business Insider discusses Alibaba's mobile strategy and the company's exposure to counterfeit goods.
Joseph Tsai, Alibaba executive vice chairman, provides an outlook on growth as the company increases its mobile user base.
Gil Luria, Wedbush Securities, dives deep into the online retailers quarterly numbers and the falloff from "Singles Day," and China's Alibaba probe.
Americans love lower oil prices, low interest rates and a strong dollar, but companies are suffering, according to the New York Times.
Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, says Yahoo's CEO needs to do more to boost the stock, but she did the right thing by spinning off its stake in Alibaba.