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  • Alibaba to Raise Nearly $22 Billion in IPO, Biggest in U.S. History

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Chinese e-commerce and media giant Alibaba Group priced its initial public offering Thursday at $68 per share, set to raise about $21.8 billion in what would mark the biggest U.S. IPO ever, per multiple reports. The IPO values...
  • Tiger Global leads $60 million investment in India's Quikr

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian online classifieds portal Quikr has secured $60 million from backers led by U.S. investor Tiger Global Management LLC to boost product development and expand its mobile business, the company said on Wednesday. Indian online...
  • German brothers to make billions from Rocket e-commerce empire

    Oliver Samwer and his brothers Marc and Alexander are on the brink of becoming Germany's newest billionaires with the flotations of Rocket Internet and the European online fashion site Zalando it helped launch in 2008. The sons of a lawyer who encouraged...
  • Alibaba, set for U.S. IPO, delivering boost to China's parcel services

     Alibaba, set for U.S. IPO, delivering boost to China's parcel services
    When shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding begins trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange, 23-year-old express delivery man Diao Binghui will be wrapping up his typical 131/2-hour workday half a world away in Beijing's eastern...
  • Notes and notables

    Get the picture? When someone is arrested and booked, that person gets photographed. These "booking mugs" have become a part of the American culture, from ghastly celebrity pics to the burgeoning online galleries of everyday felony suspects. So we...
  • Alibaba sets stock price at $68 on eve of IPO

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. set its stock price at $68 a share — the top of its range — on the eve of its initial public offering, meaning that it is set to raise more than $25 billion and that the company’s overall value is higher than...
  • Alibaba Raises Nearly $22 Billion in IPO, Biggest in U.S. History

    Chinese e-commerce and media giant Alibaba Group priced its initial public offering Thursday at $68 per share, raising about $21.8 billion in what marks the biggest U.S. IPO ever, per multiple reports. The IPO values the company at close to $170 billion....
  • A guide to Amazon's new Fire tablets, Kindle e-readers

    Amazon updated its lineup of tablets and e-readers on Wednesday night, announcing two new devices and refreshing several others. The online retailer has been pushing an increasing amount of hardware, packing each of the devices with features that tout the...
  • What you can do with your old phones

    With consumers rushing to buy the new iPhone 6, Moto X or any other late-model smartphone, a related industry is bustling: recommerce companies that will buy your old smartphone, sometimes for hundreds of dollars. And unless you have a good reason not...
  • Subscribing to loyalty cards and site offers

    Whether you walk into a brick-and-mortar building or tap your fingers across a tablet, most likely you are being asked to join store loyalty programs. Some stores require you to pay to shop or receive discounts, while others are free as long as you...
  • Amazon is a rising star in Hollywood

    Amazon is a rising star in Hollywood
    Det. Harry Bosch walks down the drab, gray corridor of the Hollywood division of the Los Angeles Police Department. He passes two suspects cuffed to the custody bench, including a drunk Santa Claus, and nods to the resident shoe shine guy before...
  • Amazon expands Kindle lineup, boosts price of basic e-reader

    Amazon expands Kindle lineup, boosts price of basic e-reader
    Amazon.com Inc ramped up its push into hardware on Wednesday with the debut of six new or upgraded devices, including a high-end $199 e-reader called the Kindle Voyage and its cheapest-ever touch-screen tablet. The No. 1 U.S. online retailer also...