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In this video, I will go over Pinduoduo's (NASDAQ: PDD) recent earnings report and what this means for Alibaba going forward. *Stock prices used were from the trading day of May 26, 2023. The video was published on May 28, 2023.
Alibaba's (NYSE: BABA) stock has had a tough time in the last two years as the company faced declining growth and increasing competition. Alibaba recently announced a variety of steps to enhance shareholder value. Two strategic moves in particular could create significant value for investors.
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It has been a wild few years for Alibaba (NYSE: BABA). More recently, the company announced results for the fiscal 2023 fourth quarter (ended March 31) that missed analyst estimates for sales, but beat on earnings per share. In the fourth quarter of 2023, 74% of Alibaba's total revenue came from the China and International Commerce groups.
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Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian discusses the big news from Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) that has everyone talking about the company. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 23, 2023.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said on Thursday it planned to hire 15,000 people this year, dismissing rumours circulating on Chinese social media in recent days that the company planned to cut 20% of its workers. In a post on the firm's official Weibo account, Alibaba said that among the 15,000, more than 3,000 people would be newly-graduated students. Alibaba's cloud unit has started a round of downsizing that will impact 7% of the staff as it streamlines its business in preparation for an IPO, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
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Despite mixed earnings reports from Chinese tech giants like Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, analysts remain optimistic about the future of China's tech sector.
HONG KONG (Reuters) -A Chinese court has ordered an Alibaba Group unit that developed the hit mobile game "Three Kingdoms Tactics" to pay NetEase Inc 50 million yuan ($7.2 million) in compensation over copyright infringement, according to a statement from NetEase. "Three Kingdoms Tactics" is Alibaba's most profitable game, earning more than $1.97 billion from player spending since launching in 2019, according to data firm App Magic.
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Shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) dipped in morning trading on the NYSE Tuesday and remain down 2.4% as of 12:45 p.m. ET on news that the company's cloud computing business is laying off workers. Bloomberg broke the story today, reporting that Alibaba will lay off 7% of the employees at its cloud computing division before spinning this division off and IPO'ing it. Alibaba Cloud is the company's second-biggest division by revenues (after e-commerce, of course), but after strong growth for years, its sales declined 5% last year -- and Cloud still isn't profitable for Alibaba.
Alibaba did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment. Earlier this month, the Chinese tech giant laid out listing and fund-raising plans for four of its business units, including its logistics unit Cainiao. As part of the plans, China's largest cloud service is slated to be listed next year.
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Alibaba (BABA) has received quite a bit of attention from Zacks.com users lately. Therefore, it is wise to be aware of the facts that can impact the stock's prospects.
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Alibaba's (NYSE: BABA) stock dropped 5% after it posted its latest earnings report on May 18. For the full year, Alibaba's revenue and adjusted earnings per ADS grew 2% and 4%, respectively. Should investors buy Alibaba's stock, which has plummeted more than 70% from its all-time high in October 2020, as a value play on China's COVID-19 recovery?
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