Ma says blaming China for any economic issues is misguided, and the US should blame itself.
Weak yuan is set to put considerable stress on China's economy, JPMorgan Asset Management's Richard Titherington says.
Asian markets were under pressure on Tuesday, as investor sentiment soured after the Dow retreated further from the 20,000 mark.
CFRA Research's Scott Kessler highlights people, deals and plans to watch in the internet space in 2017.
An Ant Financial IPO, Marissa Mayer's departure from Yahoo and a Twitter buyout make up the tech buzz this year, says Scott Kessler at CFRA Research.
The heat is on for the world's largest listing centers as Chinese tech stocks look to list next year, the FT reports.
The fate of a defaulted $45 million Chinese corporate bond has been thrown into doubt.
Yahoo revealed a breach leaked info on more than 1 billion user accounts, unrelated to an earlier hack that exposed 500 million accounts.
Singapore-based Lazada can avoid some trial and error thanks to $1 billion in backing from Alibaba, CEO Maximilian Bittner said.
Singapore-based startup Hiverlab is taking virtual reality application beyond gaming and entertainment.
Snapchat's high ad engagement levels, not to mention potential for product growth, could be enough for more than $1 billion in revenue.
CNBC Asia visits what people are calling, 'a vertical city'.
YunOS, Alibaba's mobile operating system, is on track to corner a 14% share of smartphone shipments in China by year-end, analysts say.
Asian markets traded mixed on Monday as dollar strength took a breather and oil prices surged.
The Communist Party leadership has repeated its call for the establishment of "cyberspace sovereignty", the SMCP reports.
Chanos estimated the $1 trillion long-short hedge fund industry lost $40 billion being long Valeant.
There's a lot of room for further development in fintech as offline consumption migrates online, says J.P. Morgan's Alex Yao.
Alibaba smashed its Singles' Day shopping record on Friday clocking over 23 percent growth, the Chinese e-commerce giant said on Friday.
U.S. retailers expanding globally are looking to China's Singles Day as a chance to reach hundreds of millions of consumers.
Gil Luria of Wedbush Securities said Alibaba had been taking pre-orders for Single's Day for three weeks compared to just a week in 2015.