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Alibaba reports first-ever operating loss in 7 years due to anti-monopoly fine

Alibaba posts first-ever operating loss since IPO

It might not be so terrible for Alibaba to get a bit of a shock, @tculpan  says

Alibaba reports Q4 net loss of $836M as the massive antitrust fine it received last month weighed on earnings, and revenue of $28.6B, up 64% YoY@ArjunKharpal  / CNBC)

#Alibaba reports first operating loss as a public company due to record fine

China's top e-commerce platform Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Thursday reported its first quarterly operating loss since going public in 2014 due to a record anti-monopoly fine. null

Alibaba swings to net loss as $2.8 billion antitrust fine weighs on earnings, but revenue beats forecast

Alibaba has agreed to a record $2.8 billion penalty from Beijing and vowed to change certain practices deemed anti-competitive.

TikTok owner ByteDance is eyeing a $185 billion business in online shopping, testing the waters with Walmart and Shopify. @pingroma  explains how @BytedanceTalk  plans to challenge China's e-commerce giant, Alibaba

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@elonmusk  Largest market cap 1 Apple $2.2T 2 Saudi Aramco $2T 3 Microsoft $1.8T 4 Amazon $1.6T 5 Alphabet $1.4T 6 #Bitcoin    $1.0T 7 Tencent $921B 8 Tesla $750B 9 Facebook $745B 10 Alibaba $726B 11 TSMC $619B 12 B Hathaway $567B 13 Samsung $503B 14 K Moutai $476B 15 Visa $451B 16 JPM $451B

BREAKING: Alibaba founder Jack Ma, who had not been seen in public in nearly 3 months, appears on video, saying: "We’ll meet again after the epidemic is over"

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

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 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

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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