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Over the last six years, Alibaba Group took a little-known Chinese folk holiday called Singles Day and turned it into a multibillion-dollar online celebration of Chinese consumerism.  Last year, Al

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Alibaba's executive chairman capped a visit to the U.S. by participating in a panel discussion led by U.S. President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York.

The e-commerce giant's leader calls gender equality “a realistic goal in the modern age” and lends Alibaba's financial support to a UN group promoting the empowerment of women. Watch the video to see Ma's address at UN meeting on women's rights and sustainable development led by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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At Stanford University to accept an entrepreneurship award, Alibaba Group's executive chairman sat down with Internet pioneer Jerry Yang to talk about China's rising entrepreneurs and how the country's private sector can help drive the country's transition to a consumption-driven economy.

Mission: Impossible–Rogue Nation, the summer blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise as superspy Ethan Hunt, debuts Sept.

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Many small-business owners pick the wrong time to innovate, says the man who turned $50,000 in investments into $390 billion in sales.

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While flying home after a recent trip to Brazil, Alibaba's globe-trotting executive chairman jotted down some words of advice to entrepreneurs who are finding success to be elusive. Here's what he had to say.

Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma may be the chief of the world’s largest e-commerce company by sales volume and a multi-billionaire, but he hasn’t forgotten what it’s like to run a struggli

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China's dominant e-commerce company isn't planning to compete with Amazon and eBay in the U.S., says Alibaba's executive chairman. Instead, the company aims to help U.S. small businesses sell to China's rising middle class through Alibaba's online marketplaces.

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Alibaba Group’s well-traveled executive chairman will be making a couple of high-profile appearances stateside this week to promote e-commerce and convince more U.S. small business owners that selling to China's burgeoning middle class presents a compelling growth opportunity.