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China Is Cracking Down on Data Privacy

Beijing is seizing data privacy as the next step in a sweeping campaign that threatens to cut companies off from global investment.

Alibaba to Develop Self-Driving Trucks With Logistics Unit Cainiao

Chinese e-commerce leader Alibaba Group Holding Ltd plans to develop self-driving trucks with logistics subsidiary Cainiao.

Is Alibaba’s Fate a Warning to China’s Tech Giants?

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma's e-commerce giant Alibaba was fined $2.8bn (£2bn) by Chinese regulators, who said it had abused its market position for years. 

Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Appears for the First Time Since Crackdown on His Tech Empire

KEY POINTS Alibaba’s Hong Kong-listed stock was up 5% on news of his reappearance. In a video posted on Chinese social media, Ma addressed...

Tech Tycoon Jack Ma is MIA

Jack Ma’s absence from the public eye marks a significant shift in the status of China’s tech tycoon.

Alibaba Shuts Down 12-Year-Old Music Streaming App Xiami

Using Xiami was once synonymous with having good music taste in China. The music app, which debuted around 2008 and was acquired by Alibaba in...

Where Is Jack Ma? Chinese Tycoon Not Seen Since October

Speculation is mounting over the whereabouts of the Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, who has not been seen or heard in public for more than two...

Alibaba-Backed AutoX First To Test Driverless Cars In China

Shenzhen becomes the first city in China to test self-driving cars without human back-up, CNBC reports.

China Faces the Challenge of Keeping Its Big Tech in Check — Just Like the U.S. Does

Beijing will also need to ensure that its drive for new regulations balances its push to become a global technological player, experts told CNBC.

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