Alibaba doubles investment in SE Asia e-commerce firm
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said Monday it will appoint one of its founders as head of Lazada and inject another $2 billion into Southeast Asia's leading online shopping firm, boosting its regional expansion.
Alibaba, others headline launch of children’s books
In a bid to totally eradicate illiteracy by 2030, inform young minds about Nigerian history and encourage family bonding, Clever Clogs Publishing has launched a book series to address these problems.
Alibaba buys stake in Wanda Film for $750 million
Troubled Chinese conglomerate Wanda announced Monday that e-commerce giant Alibaba has agreed to buy a stake in its cinema division for around $750 million, the latest sell-off by the heavily-indebted group.
Alibaba net profit soars 35% as Singles Day pays off
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Thursday posted a 35 percent surge in net profit in the third quarter, fuelled by a record-breaking sales bonanza during its annual Singles Day shopping festival.
Alibaba hosts Nigerian startups in China
Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba, is hosting Suvenia.com alongside three other Nigerian entrepreneurs are currently taking part in the first Alibaba eFounders Initiative Entrepreneurship Training Programme, titled Shaping Champions for the New Economy, hosted in the city of Hangzhou, China. The pilot eFounders Initiative Entrepreneurship Training Programme runs from 10 to 23 November 2017. It is…
Comedy Central Grab The Mic hits Screen
Having gone through the audition stage, Comedy Central Grab The Mic, a talent hunt meant to discover new and fresh comic stars, is set to bring mind blowing comedic viewing experience to TV screens from tomorrow.
Tade Ogidan partners Solution Media for Gold Statue
Tade Ogidan, is set to partner with Solution Media & Infotech Limited (SMIL) to produce a world-class movie, Gold Statue.
Alibaba's Jack Ma blames "outdated" law for fakes
Alibaba's founder Jack Ma urged stronger penalties for selling counterfeits Tuesday in an open letter arguing that "outdated and unrealistic" laws and regulations "encourage" selling and making of fake products.