Chinese consumers think about buying everything online, from toothpaste to a car, said KPMG's Jessie Qian.
Chinese consumers are tuning into live broadcasts from internet celebrities endorsing or selling certain products, said Duncan Clark of BDA China.
Alibaba's strong topline growth was driven by its acquisitions, whereas user growth in its main e-commerce business is slowing, says M Science's Henry Guo.
Investors are unsure what fine or penalty, in any, the SEC might impose on Alibaba, which is hurting sentiment towards the stock.
Alibaba's "Singles' Day" shopping event will drive the company's Q4 revenue momentum, says Chi Tsang, head of China internet research at HSBC.
Scott Nations, CIO at NationsShares, says results this week have been a little disappointing, after the season started strongly.
Alibaba appears to be following Amazon's strategy of developing non-core businesses, like cloud computing, says Amplify Investments' Christian Magoon.
Most Asian markets dropped more than 1 percent, after a poll showed the GOP's Donald Trump leading rival Hillary Clinton.
Chinese financial powerhouse, Ant Financial, has ramped up its global expansion with an investment in Thailand's Ascend Money.
Amazon still sees enough opportunity in China to bring Prime to Chinese markets, reports Recode.
ZTO'S lackluster NYSE debut reflects the level of fear and uncertainty hanging over markets, according to Ridgeworth Investments.
Alibaba's finance arm is working on a technology that can allow users to shop inside virtual stores without taking off their VR goggles.
Photo-sharing app Snapchat's parent is working on an initial public offering that could value the company at $25 billion or more.
Home to almost 60 percent of the global millennial population, emerging Asia is fast turning into a battleground among retailers.
The ecommerce giant will dethrone Baidu as the largest player in the country's digital ad space.
Will the Martha Stewart name translate in China? The domestic diva is en route there now to find out.
McDonald's has received final bids from at least three groups for its China and Hong Kong outlets.
Tencent Holdings has become the most valuable company in Asia, beating out China Mobile and entering the the world's top 10, the SCMP reports.
Duncan Clark, author and chairman of BDA China, talks about Alibaba, its founder Jack Ma and the growing importance of the private sector in China.
The KFC owner is selling a slug of its China unit to Alibaba's mobile payments arm and a firm run by former Goldman Sachs partner Fred Hu