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As China lifts its coronavirus lockdowns, authorities are using a color-coded health system to dictate where citizens can go. Here’s how it work...
Government software hosted on WeChat and Alipay are giving out green, yellow, or red codes that dictate where they can travel.
Despite being pummelled by the coronavirus outbreak, many of the world's biggest retailers are doing their bit to help those most in need.
I was a VP at Alibaba during the SARS crisis in 2003. Here’s what Jack Ma did to unite our team, accelerate revenue, and launch a new business a...
"The door to my home was chained shut, a guard was stationed in my apartment building lobby, and I and 400 Alibaba colleagues were forced to run the company from our homes for 10 days."
Alibaba billionaire Jack Ma just pledged to donate 500,000 coronavirus tests and 1 million face masks to the US as shortages mount
Jack Ma's gift could help alleviate a shortage that led to the US falling behind every other developed nation on coronavirus testing.
The founder of the Beijing-based Neolix, whose customers include Alibaba and JD.com, told Bloomberg demand for the firm soared in the past two months.
China is reportedly making people download an Alibaba-backed app that decides whether they’ll be quarantined for coronavirus
The app represents an unprecedented use of consumer smartphone technology in a public health crisis — and privacy advocates are worried.
Alibaba pledged $140 million to fight the coronavirus outbreak with a platform to coordinate deliveries of crucial medical supplies
Alibaba Group is increasing access to medical supplies like face masks and respirators in Chinese communities hardest hit by the deadly coronavirus.
Tesla is the most-shorted US stock amid its post-earnings tear. Here are the top 10 US stocks traders are betting the most against.
The Elon Musk-led automaker retained its spot as the top domestic short at the end of January, when it surpassed Apple, S3 data show.
The money will be donated through Ma's charitable foundation, which will use it to help medical research efforts and disease prevention.
Alphabet’s soaring stock just pushed it above a $1 trillion market cap. Here are the 11 highest-valued public companies.
The list of highest-valued firms remains tech-heavy, though oil behemoth Saudi Aramco maintains the world's highest market cap at $1.84 trillion.