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A $1 billion fundraising by online retailer Flipkart shows that online retail on the subcontinent has potential to grow like China, where consumers spent almost $300 billion online last year.
While Tencent and Alibaba duke it out to become the dominant digital platform in China, it's really the user that benefits from their creative advances, technical innovation, and new initiatives.
Kunal Bahl, founder and CEO of Snapdeal. For Tom Lee column mind of 7/30/2014 Photo: Kunal Bahl, Snapdeal With Alibaba poised to raise $20 billion from a monster initial public offering in the United States, no doubt a Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley would love a piece of the next foreign e-commerce giant likely to go public.
The oil boom is on in McKenzie county, North Dakota. More than 4000 wells have been drilled since 2008, and the county expects to be pumping for decades .
"De-IOE" must be one of the world's ugliest acronyms, and for American IT firms it is also one of the least popular.
A recent rumor about Ctrip buying Expedia's eLong is part of a trend that finds China's big Internet companies looking for acquisitions.
Thanks to an intriguing report making the rounds of Wall Street, investors are hoping that Alibaba's Jack Ma - who is planning to launch the biggest tech IPO in history this fall - or another Asian savior will swoop in with an offer to buy Yahoo! Shares of the Sunnyvale, Calif., tech company rose for a second day, gaining more than 4 percent to ... (more)
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba is scheduled to be listed soon. The latest poll by Bloomberg shows that the consensus amongst analysts on the valuation of the company is set as low as US$154 billion , which is US$100 billion short of the projection made three months ago by star analyst Carlos Kirjner of Sanford Bernstein & Co.
In this, the fifth of a six-week series on exporting to China, Paul Lewis explores the massive e-commerce opportunity there It seems like an 'Open Sesame' for New Zealand exporters - a Chinese e-commerce behemoth with more than 230 million users every day.
AT FIRST glance it would appear that China has gone online, and gone digital, with great gusto.
Yahoo!, which owns a 24% stake in Alibaba, said that the Chinese e-commerce giant that is launching an initial public offering sometime in August has agreed to the tech firm's request to reduce the maximum number of shares it sells in the launch to 140 million from the initial plan of 208 million.
At the current valuation, any of those companies could buy Yahoo and get the current core business for negative $4 billion .
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 02:27 am
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