Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has partnered with one of the world's most famous retail brands, as its share price continues to power through global economic headwinds.
Big-name Chinese tech stocks have put on a second-straight trading day of gains in Hong Kong, giving weary investors new hope that the worst of the selling is over.
Two fund managers who operate multi-billion dollar global equity investment funds have tackled a big question that's pondered by many tech stock investors - the Amazon vs Alibaba debate.
A business overseen by Charlie Munger has just sold 50% of its Alibaba shares, but there's good reason why other investors shouldn't do the same.
Alibaba has recorded its slowest quarter of earnings growth since the company listed in 2014.
JD.com is emerging as one of the most resilient Chinese tech companies, with its earnings for the third quarter of 2021 markedly surpassing those of key peers including Alibaba Group and Vipshop Holdings.