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A group of retail industry insiders is taking a cue from Alibaba and creating a new shopping day to jumpstart the holiday season

Alibaba Cloud aims to expand market share in PH by training 50,000 IT workers

Alibaba Cloud aims to expand market share in PH by training 50,000 IT workers

Alibaba, Tencent Kick the Tires on a New Idea---Keeping China's Jalopies on the Road: China’s big tech companies are circling the auto-repair business in a bid to capture the boom in vehicle maintenance as the country’s vast… ^WSJ #Business  #Finance  #CFO 

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Chinese tech giants Alibaba and Tencent are circling the auto-repair business in a bid to capture the coming boom in car maintenance. “First it was restaurants, then barbershops, then pet-grooming—now it’s the auto industry’s turn.” @Trefor1  @raffaelehuang 

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China's Alibaba has unveiled its first cloud computer Wuying. As light as an egg and as small as your palm, the computer's capacity could be beyond your expectation. Click for details

Alibaba unveils Xunxi, a pilot factory it has been operating for three years for developing tech aimed at helping manufacturers adapt quickly to consumer demand @pingroma  / Bloomberg)

@JackMa  introduces Alibaba for the first time to 17 people in his apartment in 1999. 20 years later, Alibaba sold $38.4 billion dollars of products in just one day.

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Will the government shut #PayTm ? 40% owned by Alibaba 150 million users. Data with the Chinese, officially.

How did Alibaba sell $25 billion of products in one day? Take a look inside Alibaba's smart warehouse, where robots do 70% of the work, with 300% more efficiency

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Joe Tsai, the billionaire co-founder of Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, and his wife Clara Wu Tsai, have donated 2.6 million masks, 170,000 goggles and 2000 ventilators to New York — the US epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic

Chinese billionaire and Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma said he will donate 500,000 coronavirus testing kits and one million face masks to the United States.

Chinese billionaire and Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma said he will donate 500,000 coronavirus testing kits and one million face masks to the United States.

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, co-founder of Alibaba, says he will donate masks, test kits and protective suits to all countries in Africa to help the continent in its fight against the novel coronavirus

Bill Gates is contributing $50 million toward finding and testing treatments to the novel #coronavirus . Also, the charitable foundation by Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma will be donating 1 million face masks and 500,000 coronavirus testing kits to the United States.

Jack Ma: Alibaba's "one million US jobs pledge" no longer stands. Follow us for more.

Uber, the world's largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. Airbnb, the largest accommodation provider, owns no real estate. -Tom Goodwin#Technology  #Davos18 

China's richest man, Alibaba chief Jack Ma, performs a Michael Jackson routine in front of 40,000 employees at company birthday celebration

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