Appointing a former Goldman Sachs banker as president could give a much-needed boost to the overseas ambitions of Alibaba, experts told CNBC.
Brands are everything to retailers, and Alibaba has found one that should do wonders for its marketability: Goldman Sachs.
SoftBank is eschewing investments in early-stage firms in favor of mature companies in a strategy shift under the helm of President Nikesh Arora.
China's e-commerce players are training rural shoppers to buy online, as sales in the countryside, while still low, grow faster than in major cities.
India's e-commerce sector remains in the nascent stages and isn't anywhere near its true potential yet, the boss of Snapdeal said.
Asian Millennials have higher career ambitions than their global counterparts and they're more willing to leave home for work than their predecessors.
Amazon's blockbuster Prime Day promotion is not an indication that the company feels threatened by Wal-Mart or Alibaba, analysts said.
The executive director of Alibaba Pictures has been detained by Chinese authorities as part of a graft investigation.
Concerns over China's relentless sell-off and Greece's debt crisis sent Asian equity markets into a tailspin on Wednesday.
As the companies prepare to go their separate ways for the first time in 13 years, investors are split over the growth and value options.
Singapore’s $196 billion sovereign wealth fund Temasek is sticking with its China bets, looking past recent volatility to gradually increase its exposure.
A mainland university has launched an e-commerce platform to sell new graduates to prospective employers.
China e-commerce firms are inking deals to import foreign delicacies, highlighting consumer fears over domestic food safety.
Amazon will start a business loan program for small sellers in the U.K. and is looking to launch later this year in China.
China's latest stomach-turning food scandal has come from reports that traders were peddling tons of meat frozen for 40 years. The New York Times reports.
India is set to change listing rules for startups this week amid fears of an exodus of fast-growing technology companies to Singapore and the U.S.
Talking to Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal, the two schoolmates who founded Snapdeal, it's crystal clear who their biggest business hero is.
China may be minting millionaires at a rapid pace, but it boasts just two representatives in a world's ranking of 25 wealthiest self-made individuals.
Snapchat is in the process of raising $650 million in equity, which would value the company at 16 billion, sources told CNBC.
Dianrong.com – a major Chinese P2P online lender – now boasts a valuation of "around" $1 billion dollars thanks to its latest round of fundraising.