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Tencent, one of the two largest Chinese video game makers, is set to rise after winning a license from the Chinese government to roll out new games.
Investors should not count on China as a key growth driver.
Against an already uncertain backdrop, Intel emerges with unique issues.
Luohan Academy - an open research institute initiated by Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) - today released its first report examining the oft-debated relationship between digital technology and economic growth at the 2019 World Economic Forum in...
At Davos, Alibaba chairman Jack Ma broke down which type of candidates make the best employees.
The quarter was certainly one to remember, according to analysts.
IBM's Red Hat grab and blockchain aspirations have some strong practical applications.
Earnings day buying action is certainly bullish, but can Big Blue keep up for the long term?
Norwegian could be carving out a safe harbor for investors in 2019. Watch the video for exclusive details.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Starbucks, Square, Alibaba, ArcelorMittal, Dynavax Technologies, Aimmune Therapeutics, Clearway Energy and more.
We may be so worried about the state of the global economy that we're missing some great opportunities, Jim Cramer says.
The year's biggest tech trade show featured eye-opening exhibits and announcements from a wide variety of companies.
Where are we headed in 2019? The independent research firm's equity analysts offer their prognostications for the year.
Chinese video-streaming service and online entertainment company iQiyi could fill the void Baidu lacks to compete with ByteDance.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) today announced that it will report its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended December 31, 2018 before the U.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) today announced the launch of "A100," a strategic partnership program that offers companies a holistic one-stop solution to accelerate their digital transformation.
Intel demonstrates how far the chip giant can extend its reach when it cares to.
Tim Cook may have blamed Apple's weak sales performance in China on the slow economy, but another factor could be at play: More premium phones from homegrown brands like Huawei.
European-listed luxury goods stocks tumbled Thursday as investors worried that Apple Inc.'s surprise revenue warning, which it blamed on slowing China sales, signaled weaker consumer spending in the world's second largest economy.
Shares of the streaming media company got hammered in 2018, but its prospects remain bright.
What the new year could have in store for Amazon, Facebook, AMD, Uber and other tech companies.
Emerging Asian markets have done decently this year.
The firm forecasts growth in revenue of 3.3% in the year through March 2019, and a 9.7% increase in operating profit.
The International Olympic Committee and Worldwide TOP Partner Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA) announced today the launch of the first-ever Olympic store on Tmall, China's largest B2C marketplace for brands and retailers.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average falls sharply Friday after retail sales and industrial output in China misses expectations in November. Johnson & Johnson leads the blue-chip index lower.
Starbucks shares fell the most in nearly six months Friday after the coffee chain unveiled an aggressive expansion strategy in China that could be at risk from slowing consumer sales in the world's second-largest economy and guided investors to modestly long-term earnings growth.
Global stocks extend declines Friday as weaker-than-expected data from Europe to China suggested the worldwide trade war is taking its toll on some of the biggest economies and setting up markets for a grim few weeks heading into the end of the year.
U.S. stock futures tumble Friday and global shares slump after economic data in China are weaker than expected; Starbucks falls after unveiling expansion plans in China; Adobe's earnings come in just shy of estimates; Apple reportedly to push software updates in China.
Conflicting data about the economy should give the Federal Reserve pause.
Starbucks shares jumped higher Thursday as traders reacted to a series of comments from the coffee chain's investor day in New York that included plans for rapid growth in China.
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