Alibaba Group

The Chinese e-commerce titan saw a surge of new and returning investors during the third quarter.
With investor Jeff Stibel, the retired NBA star has launched a $100 million fund to back companies combining technology, media and data.
To find the next crop of tech start-up superstars, search past the Bay Area to Berlin or Bangalore.
Although it’s been a strong year for public offerings, many companies are opting to stay private longer.
Singapore’s DBS Bank, which just helped Alibaba acquire a stake in Singapore Post, sees growing business from mainland firms.
Losing the Chinese e-commerce company prompts the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong to revisit the issue of one-share, one-vote.
Now that Chinese regulators have lifted a yearlong freeze on mainland IPOs, some observers expect a surge in listings.
Yunfeng Capital, the venture firm set up by Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma, has rolled out a $157milion investment fund jointly with the cloud computing unit of its parent company.
Employees and shareholders of Alibaba Group will be given an option to cash out part of their stock in the Chinese e-commerce group through a $1.6 billion private equity deal.