It appears Hong Kong protesters' cellphones are being targeted by a sophisticated kind of malware possibly originating in China. NBC News reports.
Social media among Hong Kong protesters pose a "nightmare scenario" for Chinese censors, experts say. NBC News reports.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
FRANKFURT, Sept 29- German luxury carmaker BMW is teaming up with Chinese internet giant Baidu to start highly automated driving trials in Beijing and Shanghai. The project will now be expanded to include other large cities in China, BMW said on Monday.
BEIJING, Sept 23- Jack Ma, executive chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, has become China's richest man with a fortune estimated at $25 billion, underscoring the ascension of tech tycoons over real estate peers in the world's second biggest economy.
Alibaba Group has reportedly sold additional shares of the company, making the listing of the Chinese e-commerce firm the biggest in history.
Google's problems in China just got worse. The New York Times reports.
Alibaba priced its shares at $68 a piece, and investors are likely to push the price higher when it opens for trading on Friday, analysts say.
There are plenty of reasons not to buy Alibaba. But do any of them tread water with Cramer?
Sept 18- Alibaba Group Holding priced its initial public offering at $68 a share, the top end of the expected range, raising $21.8 billion on Thursday. "I'd put them in a class of Facebook and Google with the scale they have, growth prospects and profitability," said Scot Wingo, CEO of e-commerce software provider ChannelAdvisor.
There are several reasons I am optimistic that Alibaba—at whatever price—will open to the upside and stay there.
Investors should steer clear of Alibaba, valuation expert and New York University finance professor Aswath Damodaran says.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Alibaba is unlikely to repeat Facebook's missteps, but its valuation doesn't look cheap.
China's junk buyers have transformed the electronic garbage of wealthy countries into small fortunes for years, often tainting rivers with toxic.
As the Alibaba IPO nears, Cramer expects a slew of stocks to selloff. He's naming names.
Chinese stocks listed in the U.S. fell during Monday trading in reaction to the weekend's poor economic data from China.
Sept 12- Stock index provider MSCI Inc is considering changing its rules to allow shares of Alibaba Group Holding and other companies that list their shares in faraway markets to be included in its widely used indexes. Under MSCI's rules, a company cannot be included in its biggest indexes if it is based in one region and its shares are listed in a different region.
In Alibaba's exhaustive IPO prospectus (319 pages plus the index), only two competitors are mentioned by name: Tencent and Baidu.
Sept 9- When Alibaba Group Holding Ltd sells more than $20 billion in shares on the New York Stock Exchange next week, investors won't be buying equity in China's biggest e-commerce company.