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Discussing Alibaba's "Singles' Day," CNBC's Jim Cramer reveals how he would play the Chinese e-commerce giant.
Alibaba is expected to smash China's "Singles' Day" in online shopping, with CNBC's David Faber.
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TV legend Regis Philbin reveals he has become involved with Alibaba. The FM traders play the name along with Micron, Amazon and Tesla.
After all, it's inevitable the company will continue to benefit from the Chinese market and e-commerce, says Chegg CEO Daniel Rosensweig.
Daniel Rosensweig, Chegg president and CEO, discusses Chegg's earnings beat and competition with Amazon. Rosensweig also weighs in on the growth potential of Alibaba.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Alibaba really sounded like an American company in its earnings conference call.
Alibaba outperformed in Tuesday's report card, says Alan Haft, Partner at Kelly-Haft Financial, adding that the fall in profit margin will only be a "short-term blip."
Don Luskin, CIO at Trend Macro and Henry Guo, Senior Research Analyst at JG Capital, debate Alibaba's potential in capturing the U.S. market.
RJ Hottovy, Global Director of Consumer Equity Research at Morningstar and Edward Williams, MD of Equity Research at BMO Capital Markets, highlight the key factors in Alibaba's earnings report.
The Chinese e-commerce firm posted profit that beat analyst forecasts in its first earnings report as a public company. Jason Moser, Senior Analyst at Motley Fool, discusses.
Alibaba reported a 54 percent rise in revenue. Bob Peck, Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, shares his analysis of the company, saying the mobile take rate was really impressive.
Are investors overly concerned with Alibaba's value? David Garrity, GVA Research, and Gil Luria, Wedbush Securities, discuss the company's valuations and growth potential.
CNBC's David Faber spoke with Alibaba executive vice chair Joseph Tsai about its revenues beat and mobile growth.
What can Alibaba learn about building out infrastructure from Amazon? We examine it on "The Tech Bet."
Discussing Alibaba's business model and growth potential, with Hany Nada, GGV Capital co-founder.
Discussing Alibaba's revenue beat and long-term investment opportunity, with Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets.
Aaron Kessler, Raymond James, and Mark Yusko, Morgan Creek Capital, provided analysis into Alibaba's quarterly numbers.
Discussing the state of the Chinese consumer and "Singles Day", Joseph Tsai, Alibaba executive vice chairman, says 300 million Chinese consumers are shopping online and most of them are shopping on Alibaba's platform.