Alibaba's U.S. trading debut sparked a sense of optimism among Asia's e-commerce firms, who believe that the Chinese giant's success bodes well for them. » Read More
Alibaba's IPO will unleash a flood of wealth for Jack Ma and Joseph Tsai, but unlike some other tech IPOs, the big money isn't being spread around the company.
Rather than jump at the Alibaba IPO, RiverPark/Wedgewood fund's David Rolfe might "wait years to get it at our price."
Alibaba is making big business bets around the globe, but it's endgame is still unclear.
As Alibaba began trading on the NYSE Friday, founder of the e-commerce giant Jack Ma acknowledged the company's commitment to smaller merchants in a CNBC interview.
Alibaba's Jack Ma told reporters this week that Alibaba plans to aggressively expand in the U.S. and Europe after its initial public offering.
Art Cashin of UBS says investors are repositioning themselves ahead of Alibaba's IPO Friday.
Despite a low-profile strategy in Washington, D.C., after its IPO Alibaba will begin looking for a veteran Washington hand to open a new office there.
The e-commerce giant has spent over $4 billion on just four acquisitions in the first half of 2014.
Alibaba is unlikely to repeat Facebook's missteps, but its valuation doesn't look cheap.
Since plunging $1 billion into Alibaba nine years ago, the investment is the only thing Yahoo has gotten right.
The e-commerce giant won't be included in the biggest exchange-traded funds that normally would list a company like Alibaba.
Alibaba could have sold nearly $2 billion worth of stock listing on Nasdaq, but it was worried about Nasdaq's ability to handle their $21 billion IPO.
Alibaba plans to increase the size of its U.S. IPO because of "overwhelming" demand for the deal, people familiar with the deal told Reuters.
Simon Xie is the only individual besides Executive Chairman Jack Ma who owns the domestic Chinese companies.
The retail investor may not have a chance to get into the Alibaba IPO, but here's another way to own it, GVA Research's David Garrity said.
Demand for Alibaba's initial public offering is so oversubscribed that bankers are expected to close the books in a matter of days.
Initial public offerings are like a big, exclusive party that all investors are invited to but only few can actually attend.
The theory is that Alibaba is such a gigantic offering that it is reducing interest in other IPOs anywhere on or near the horizon.
According to Jim Cramer, when the big mutual funds sell stocks in order to take in Alibaba, they're going to sell other stocks that are growth stocks.
The hedge fund community appears to be salivating over Alibaba, with interest from Leon Cooperman, Dan Loeb and other major players.
CNBC and Institutional Investor is hosting the 9th Annual Delivering Alpha Conference
Financial advisors stress that now is the time for investors to get serious about year-end financial planning checkup.
Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow. is focused on improving Americans’ money knowledge of saving, spending and investing.