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Amazon sellers have long dealt with counterfeiters, but with Chinese goods flooding the marketplace the problem is exploding.
Amazon's Prime Day generated the fourth largest amount of visitors for the country's top retailers last year, according to new data.
The Roewe RX5 will be able to offer smarter mobility solutions to traffic congestion and road closures, notes Bill Russo of Gao Feng Advisory Company.
The upcoming earnings season just became even more important for U.S. stocks' third-quarter performance.
Jack Ma, founder and chairman of Alibaba Group, says his company is committed to fighting global counterfeiting.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma says his comment that counterfeit goods were better than originals was taken out of context.
Softbank will likely be more concentrated with its internet investments after Nikesh Arora's abrupt departure, says T. Rowe Price's Joshua Spencer.
Increasing competition from Alibaba and difficulties in diversification will likely dampen JD.com's growth story, says M Science's Henry Guo.
The Alibaba founder and CEO claims new business models are destroying brands, not the counterfeit products.
BDA China Chairman Duncan Clark discusses the implications of Jack Ma's comments about how some fakes are of better quality than genuine products.
Alibaba's share price increased 3.07 percent, and its revenue forecasts of 48 percent year-on-year was impressive, remarks GGV Capital's Hans Tung.
Jack Ma said many counterfeit goods are now of better quality than the genuine articles, the Financial Times reports.
Alibaba, Microsoft, Baidu and Staples are all making headlines this Tuesday morning.
U.S. telecommunications rivals Verizon and AT&T are set to go through to the third and final round of bidding in the auction for Yahoo's core assets.
Arianna Huffington is launching a start-up called Thrive Global, focused on teaching companies health and wellness principles.
China's quest for internet domination has taken an unusual detour: Exotic domain names.
The Chinese e-commerce giant is under investigation by US regulators over a possible violation of federal securities laws.
Fighting the fakes would mean job losses in places like "Counterfeit Central," undermining China's willingness to fix the problem, experts warn.
Investors are overreacting to Alibaba's disclosure on Tuesday that it was being investigated by the SEC, according to Morningstar.
Morningstar's RJ Hottovy argues that Alibaba did provide disclosures on its equity investments ventures.