Alibaba (HK) Limited is an investment holding company. The Company, together with its subsidiaries, are engaged in the provision of software, technology and other services on the online business-to-business (B2B) marketplaces with the uniform resource locators, and under the trade name Alibaba (the B2B services). The Company also provides other Internet based services, such as software applications, domain name registration, Website hosting and solutions, email hosting and technology-related consulting services on various marketplaces and platforms. It operates its business in the People’s Republic of China. Its subsidiaries include Investment Holding Limited, Alibaba China Software Co., Ltd., Alibaba (Chengdu) Education & Software Co. Ltd. and China Limited. In July and August 2010, the Company completed two acquisitions of Vendio Services, Inc., and its subsidiaries (Vendio) and Auctiva Corporation and its subsidiaries (Auctiva).



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Zhaoxi Lu, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Wei Wu, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Ang Li, Chief Technology Officer
Lai Kin Wong, Company Secretary
Peng Ye, General Manager – China Business Unit, Executive Director



Mkt cap HK$67.23B
Shares 5.00B

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. Alibaba Buys Xiami, Major Music Streaming Site, In Next Step To Take Over China’s Music Industry

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SINA Forms Strategic Alliance with Alibaba to Enable Social Commerce

. After Q1 revenue soaring, Alibaba becomes second biggest Chinese internet company

Alibaba Group said to be close to raising $8 billion

Alibaba’s Tmall chases U.S. retailers and hopes to generate RMB 200 bln sales in 2012

Rumor: Temasek to fund Alibaba share buyback from Yahoo

Alibaba Group reportedly “very interested in acquiring Yahoo!”

DST Global and Silver Lake announce commitment to invest in Alibaba Group

Ecommerce giant Alibaba splits its b2c unit, maybe before an IPO

US MPAA applauds Alibaba’s delisting of dvds

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