Alibaba's and Nordstrom's shares both climbed on Thursday, offering a clearer picture of how receptive Wall Street is to certain retailers.
A hiked outlook for Alibaba's full-year revenue growth drew "gasps of wow" from investors at Alibaba's Hangzhou headquarters, The Financial Times reported.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Technology stocks have had a great start to the year, but BlackRock sounded a word of caution: profit growth may not be sustainable going forward.
Ripple doesn't have the name recognition of Uber or Airbnb, but if you factor in its cryptocurrency, the company could be worth billions.
Pinterest believes it can reinvent the wheel when it comes to discovering things online, both for users and advertisers alike.
Tencent Holding's WeChat is developing 'mini-programs' on its platform that look and operate much like apps on Apple's iOS and Google's Android system.
Alibaba's growth has been amazing but its investments overseas mean that "there's a lot of dispersion" happening, says Tobias Bland, Enhanced Investment Products.
Duncan Clark, BDA China, says Alibaba's move into cloud and content is costing the company's earnings.
The relationship between the IPO and the most-valuable tech start-ups is frosty.
China’s new economy plays aren’t just a bet on China; they’re also a bet on frontier markets’ growth, Mark Mobius told CNBC on Monday.
Marissa Mayer, Yahoo's chief executive, will be well compensated for her five-year stint at the company, the NYT reports.
Moneygram CEO Alex Holmes explains what U.S. officials will be focusing on as they assess the acquisition and describes why the deal is a "win-win" situation for both firms.
Start-ups from China set their eyes on the global market in their early stage of operations even as their home country offers many growth opportunities.
Three reasons why analysts remain bullish on Chinese tech giant Tencent in 2017.
The combined worth of the 100 most valuable Chinese brands expanded to hit a new high in 2017, the SCMP reports.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president and CEO Mark Machin plans to increase the fund's China investments.
MoneyGram International offered to share confidential information with Euronet Worldwide, after the latter made a $1 billion acquisition offer.
Sir Martin Sorrell of WPP outlines what Chinese multinationals should do to become globally dominant in the long run.
A Shanghai-based directory for online shopping is considering an initial public offering on China's A-shares market, the SCMP reports.