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CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on a rare public dispute between Alibaba and China authorities to rid the sale of counterfeit goods.
Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets, weighs in on Yahoo's plan to spin off its stake in Alibaba and provides an outlook on the company's growth strategy.
Rich Munarriz, Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool, explains why Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made the right choice in spinning off the company's remaining stake in Alibaba.
The company is also looking to push into new markets to compete with its bigger competitor Uber.
The options market is implying an 8 percent move on Yahoo earnings Tuesday.
Jack Ma, Alibaba's founder, said one of the reasons his company is so successful is he hires a lot of women. Plus, Ma on Hollywood ambitions.
EBay's plans to break up into three different companies could accommodate would-be suitors, signaling a potential merger fight after the breakup.
Behind the $12 million bet on Yahoo.
Asian fashion e-commerce start-up Zalora is betting big on Southeast Asia as it aims to become a multi-billion-dollar company, its managing director said.
2014 was a huge year for M&A. Jason Del Rey, Re/code, senior editor, discusses what blockbuster e-commerce acquisitions could happen next year.
A look at five trends that experts predict will shape the retail world in the coming year.
Belkin International CEO Chet Pipkin, discusses the sting operation Belkin ran to fight counterfeit items sold online, and discusses new smart technology coming in 2015.
The IPO business: This year was huge for IPOs, and 2015 may be even better.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on Baidu's entry into the ride-sharing space, and competition with Alibaba.
The combination of sanctions, the falling ruble and continuous slide in oil prices is chopping billions from the fortunes of Russia's richest men. Who's taking the biggest hit?
Fast Money trader Josh Brown responds Mark Cuban over Alibaba and the enforcement of insider trading laws.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on Mark Cuban's view that Alibaba should never have been allowed to IPO in the U.S. because they based in a communist country.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses Mark Cuban's view that Alibaba should not have been allowed to list in the U.S. because they are based in a communist country.
Talking about the tech sector, Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners gives his predictions on whether tech IPOs will thrive in 2015.
Chinese officials and business leaders visiting Taiwan can expect a lukewarm welcome at best, with the resurgence of the pro-independence opposition.