• Monday
  • September 15, 2014
  • Last updated: 6:23pm
Hong Kong




Refine Your Search

Sort by

Search Results

Results 1 - 10 of 30 for alibaba

Related topics matching your search

Search results

  1. Alibaba's shares rocket 42pc

    Posted Feb 23rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Bien Perez bien.perez@scmp.com Mainland e-commerce giant Alibaba Group saw the share price of its Hong Kong-listed flagship, Alibaba.com, soar yesterday after it offered to privatise the company and buy out minority investors for about HK$19.6 billion in cash. Alibaba.com's stock rose 42.7 per cent to finish at HK$13.20 in the first day of trading since it was suspended ...

  2. Alibaba.com proposes special dividend

    Posted Dec 11th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Alibaba.com, the world's largest business-to-business e-commerce services provider, will pay a HK$1.1 billion special cash dividend, or about 22 HK cents per share, to its ... shareholders,' chief executive David Wei Zhe said yesterday. Hangzhou-based Alibaba.com recently renewed a plan announced in 2008 to buy back up to HK$2 billion of its ordinary shares. ...

  3. Alibaba can now give small loans

    Posted Apr 13th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bien Perez Alibaba Group, founded by internet entrepreneur Jack Ma Yun, has been granted a licence to provide small business loans to companies on the mainland. 'We are the first e-commerce enterprise in China with a licence to provide microfinance loans to small business,' said group vice-president John Spelich. Hangzhou-based Alibaba yesterday also announced ...

  4. HC asking price too steep for Global Sources

    Posted Jun 19th 2007, 12:00am by Sherman So

    ... International about a year ago, the move looked to be the prelude to an alliance that would take on Alibaba, the mainland's largest business-to-business site. Alibaba has both a Chinese site ...

  5. Lai See

    Posted May 08th 2009, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... Ma surprises students at Alibaba annual meeting Company chairmen often like to give stock tips to their shareholders at annual general meetings, but few of them would go so far as to offer actual stock. But yesterday, Alibaba.com chairman Jack Ma Yun (below) gave 100 shares out of his own pocket to each of 80 students from the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University ...

  6. CRCC raises HK$1.9b in extra share sale

    Posted Apr 02nd 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the warm reception to Alibaba.com's initial offering, which raised HK$447 billion late last year. CRCC shares closed flat at HK$10.70 yesterday. ...

  7. Corrections & clarifications

    Posted Jun 19th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Yesterday's report 'Microsoft to buy stake in Changhong Electric' should have said the acquisition would account for 0.8 per cent of the mainland company's outstanding shares. The sub-headline of yesterday's report 'Alibaba targets HK for US$1b public offering' should have attributed to a source that Sarbanes-Oxley was a deterrent to a Nasdaq ...

  8. Appointments

    Posted Dec 18th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Merrill Lynch where he was also a conglomerate research analyst. He has also worked for ING, Macquarie and Credit Suisse. David Wei President, B2B division Alibaba Mr Wei will be responsible for Alibaba's two flagship marketplaces: Alibaba International and Alibaba China. Prior to joining Alibaba.com, he was president of B&Q China and chief representative of Kingfisher Asia. Seeyan Lee ...

  9. First-day frenzy looks a lot like temporary insanity

    Posted Nov 07th 2007, 12:00am by Tom Holland

    ... of insanity as their Shanghai cousins. Yesterday, they bid up shares of Alibaba.com to almost three times the price at which they were issued last week. The stock opened at HK$30, more than double its ... By the close of trading, the shares had reached an astonishing HK$39.50 (see chart). Now Alibaba may be a good company; possibly even a great one. It has a clever business model, a commanding market ...

  10. Costly Nasdaq faces increasing competition for mainland IPOs

    Posted Oct 22nd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of Alibaba, the mainland's largest e-commerce company, which is marketing a US$1.3 billion initial public offering that it chose to list in Hong Kong. Hong Kong won the vote not only because it is Alibaba's official headquarters, but also to avoid the expense and bureaucracy related to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in the United States, which tightened accounting practices for publicly listed ...




SCMP.com Account