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|Day's range||182.69 - 185.85|
|52-week range||95.58 - 192.49|
|PE ratio (TTM)||50.53|
|Earnings date||1 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||213.37|
YY, Vipship, NetEase, Momo and other China-based companies are growing fast as the country's internet usage continues to expand.
No cash? No problem. A trip to Shenzhen, China highlights how the explosive growth of mobile payments is driving a wallet-free society. WSJ's Jason Bellini reports.
PayPal’s (PYPL) chief financial officer, John Rainey, mentioned partnering with Amazon (AMZN) when he spoke at a recent Credit Suisse technology event. In 2017, PayPal’s CEO, Dan Schulman, noted that the company had been talking with Amazon with respect to a payments partnership.
At the Credit Suisse 21st Annual Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, PayPal (PYPL) chief financial officer John Rainey discussed a wide range of issues, including payment digitization. Rainey cited secular trends in the payment market to show that PayPal may have tremendous growth opportunities ahead. Rainey discussed the shift to mobile and the growing number of consumers starting their shopping trips on mobile devices.
Alibaba (BABA) receives a setback as its Taobao marketplace finds a place in the list of world's most "notorious markets" by the United States Trade Representative.
Baidu and Alibaba made a splash at CES 2018 with over-the-top presentations and displays that show just have far China tech has progressed in the past few years.
The results of the test, which poses questions about Wikipedia articles, are the latest milestone in the evolution of AI. Alibaba says the technology will displace human workers in customer service and ...
Alibaba says its deep-learning model beat out humans in a complex, comprehensive reading test for the first time.
* JD.com co-leads investment in Tiki.vn with Vietnam's VNG Corp * JD.com will tap Tiki.vn's payments, logistics capabilities * Alibaba and Amazon have also beefed up Southeast Asia presence (Adds details ...
China's second-biggest e-commerce firm JD.com has kicked off a fundraising round at its logistics unit with a target of at least $2 billion, and eventually plans to list the business overseas, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. JD.com, which only trails Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in China's e-commerce market, has invited a select group of investors to join the funding round that values its logistics business, JD Logistics, at around $10 billion, two of the people told Reuters. The move comes as China's major e-commerce companies are looking to bulk up their logistics businesses to support their global expansion ambitions and boost revenues by offering services to third-party entities.
It hasn't been a great couple of weeks for Alibaba in the U.S.. First affiliate Ant Financial's proposed acquisition of MoneyGram collapsed due to objections from the U.S. government, now its Taobao service has the dubious honor of again featuring on the USTR (United States Trade Representative) naughty list.
Alibaba has developed an artificial intelligence model that scored better than humans in a Stanford University reading and comprehension test.
LAS VEGAS -- If regulatory issues loom on the horizon in the U.S., it isn't bothering Alibaba (ticker: BABA). The Chinese e-commerce behemoth doubled its presence at the Consumer Electronics Show while ...
Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s visit to the bond market this week marked the latest in a string of Asian technology firms that have been issuing more debt as their market values have swelled....
The Trump administration targeted markets in Russia, China and other countries for allegedly turning a blind eye to the sale of counterfeit goods and other intellectual-property violations.
(This version of the Jan. 11 story corrects to say XRP rose to $2.25 instead of $13.38 paragraph four) (Reuters) - Shares of MoneyGram International Inc (MGI.O) jumped 10.5 percent on Thursday, after the ...
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's (BABA.N) hugely popular Taobao Marketplace is one of 25 online markets that along with 18 physical markets made the USTR's annual list of the world's most "notorious markets" for sales of pirated and counterfeit goods. While Taobao's inclusion does not carry any direct penalties, it is a blow to Alibaba's efforts to shed perceptions that its sites are riddled with fakes and that its anti-piracy policies are inadequate. "A high volume of infringing products reportedly continue to be offered for sale and sold on Taobao.com and stakeholders continue to report challenges and burdens associated with IP enforcement on the platform," the USTR said.