Haoyu Shen of e-commerce giant JD.com says Chinese customers are upgrading to higher quality, better value products and are shopping mostly on mobile.
Customers are only issued with tickets once they have made full payment on their reservations, explained Gagfare founder David Leung.
Alibaba's strong topline growth was driven by its acquisitions, whereas user growth in its main e-commerce business is slowing, says M Science's Henry Guo.
Alibaba's "Singles' Day" shopping event will drive the company's Q4 revenue momentum, says Chi Tsang, head of China internet research at HSBC.
Alibaba appears to be following Amazon's strategy of developing non-core businesses, like cloud computing, says Amplify Investments' Christian Magoon.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa has the latest details from Alibaba's conference call.
Gil Luria, Wedbush Securities, breaks down Alibaba's quarterly results and shares his thoughts on what could be "disruptors" for the e-commerce giant.
Alibaba, Time Warner and Brocade are making headlines this Wednesday morning before the opening bell.
Etsy, Fitbit and GoPro made the leap from private to publicly listed company in the past two years but are only now reigniting growth.
Amazon, Alphabet and Baker Hughes are grabbing headlines this Friday morning to wrap up the week.
Discussing whether Amazon's apparel ambitions will propel it over traditional retailers like Macy's with Oliver Chen, Cowen & Co. senior analyst, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
The tech giant filed a lawsuit against Mobile Star for selling counterfeit Apple chargers and cables on Amazon.
Tai Alegbe, co-founder at Baacco, says that the weaker pound has resulted in higher sales outside the UK for his wine business but increased import costs.
AladdinStreet's Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor Al Masrie talks about how his e-marketplace gives users peace of mind to buy and sell halal products online.
There is potential for a large player such as Google to snap up eBay's seller network of small businesses, says David Garrity, principal at GVA Research.
Facebook recently released several features intended to help users shop, including allowing people to order food.
Steve Hafner, CEO of Kayak, talks about how mobile provides the fare aggregator with greater amounts of data, as well as the company's AI push.
Steve Sadove, Former Saks Chairman & CEO, discusses consumer sentiment ahead of the holiday season and what department stores should be doing to take on e-commerce.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest on GoPro's pricing fight with Amazon.
Traders are loving Amazon more, according to data showing an increase in bullish mentions of the stock on Twitter.