Jack Ma

Corporate structuring and governance measures by China’s Big Three Internet companies lend insight into the country’s economic development.
Xiaoyin Zhang has worked on landmark IPOs by Chinese technology companies Alibaba Group Holding, Baidu and Tencent Holdings.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has made big inroads in the Russian market with its wide offering of low-priced goods.
The $25 billion listing of the Chinese e-commerce giant founded by Jack Ma owed much to teamwork by the six banks underwriting the deal.
Although it’s been a strong year for public offerings, many companies are opting to stay private longer.
Losing the Chinese e-commerce company prompts the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong to revisit the issue of one-share, one-vote.
Even before his company’s big IPO, China’s e-commerce pioneer is spending freely on everything, from financial services to media content.
Jack Ma’s money market fund has raised $90 billion in just ten months, posing a threat to the country’s banks and challenging its regulators.
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.
U.S. private equity firm the Carlyle Group has bought 80 percent stake in Asia’s biggest maker of servers for digital cinema.