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Marks And Spencer Expected To Re-structure Their Core Business

Marks & Spencer Pulls the Plug in China After Less Than 10 Years

Marks & Spencer has pulled the plug of almost all of its prestigious 10 branches in mainland China since the start of the year, the retailer confirmed.


Alibaba Strengthens B2B Operations in India

Alibaba is taking further steps to improve its business-to-business (B2B) marketplace venture in India by establishing expanded Trade Facilitation Centre (TFC) program with new partners.

Laura Ashley to open in China through Alibaba-backed Tmall and House of Fraser.

Laura Ashley to Open in China via House of Fraser, Tmall

Fashion and furniture maker Laura Ashley will officially make its way into China through House of Fraser and Alibaba-backed Tmall.

 Sainsbury's Presence in China.

Sainsbury's to Increase its Presence on China’s Tmall

Britain's supermarket giant Sainsbury's said on Monday that it would widen the presence of its products on Alibaba's international e-commerce website Tmall.

Alibaba aims to open its first local office in Melbourne by the end of 2016.

Alibaba Expands Operation to Australia

Alibaba is planning to expand its operation to Australia and New Zealand.


Alibaba, SAIC Unveils Connected Car RX5

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has officially launched it's first ever connected car. The project was carried out in collaboration with Chinese automaker SAIC. The development of the connected car took two years to complete and cost $160 million.

DisneyLife is currently down

China Freezes Alibaba and Disney Partnership: DisneyLife Down

If you are in China and waiting to get some Disney treat, then you need to hold on for a while. China has suspended partnership between Alibaba and Disney, affecting airing of on-demand service DisneyLife. The collaboration was intended to bring Disney characters to China via Disney movies and back catalogs.

Jack Ma

Alibaba Prepares to Roll Out Video Streaming Service to Rival Netflix and Chinese Competitors

E-commerce giant Alibaba will be rolling out its own online video streaming service to compete with similar Chinese sites, the company announced on Sunday. The Netflix-like service is expected to be available in China in two months.


Jack Ma Heads to U.S. to Encourage American Vendors to Sell on Alibaba

Alibaba Head Jack Ma is scheduled to visit key cities in the U.S. to encourage its businesses to sell its wares to the Chinese market through his online company.


Alibaba Launches Automotive, 'Smart Living' Units

China's Alibaba Group has launched an automotive unit and a "smart living" division in the past week.

Amazon Opens Store On Rival Alibaba’s TMall

Amazon's opening of a store in TMall, which is owned by rival and e-commerce giant Alibaba, is an acknowledgement on the part of the Seattle-based company that being a part of Alibaba's marketplace is the most efficient way to get e-commerce traffic in the Asian giant.


iPad Clone In China Capable of Running Android, Windows 8.1

An iPad clone in China has been released dual-booting Android and Windows 8.1.

11.11 China's Singles Day

China’s Singles Day: One in Four Sales Returned

China’s Singles Day Sale gross merchandise value reached RMB 57.1 billion ($9.3 billion). However, not all of those sales were legit.

Singles' Day

China's Singles' Day Shopping Event Generates $9.3 Billion in Sales Shattering Previous Records

China's Singles' Day has shattered previous records as consumers spent a total of $9.3 billion in the 24-hour period.


Costco Opens for Business in China

Costco announced that it is opening an online store in China through Alibaba Group's Tmall online marketplace.

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