Alibaba announces new system to track and remove fake goods
Now it's easier for brands to stamp out counterfeit products
Alibaba founder says fake goods have 'no place' on his site
Jack Ma writes a lengthy editorial in the Wall Street Journal.
Alibaba founder: Fake goods can be better than the real deal
Thanks to Chinese contract factories with the same tooling and raw materials as the real thing.
Alibaba gave online shoppers a VR celebrity date
You could live out a romantic dream without leaving home.
Yahoo reverses its Alibaba spinoff to save on taxes
Yahoo is betting that a reverse spin off will make investors happy... and keep it out of hot water.
Yahoo reportedly gets serious about selling its core business
After weighing its options, the internet pioneer is reportedly focusing more on selling itself off.
WSJ: China's government wants homegrown, backdoor-free phones
Here's the downside: no WiFi, no GPS and no Bluetooth
China smashes sales records during its version of Black Friday
In the US there's Black Friday, but in China, they get all their big online shopping discounts on...
China gives its homegrown GPS rival another big push
Alibaba and a Chinese weapons manufacturer have teamed up to push the country's homegrown rival to GPS.