Uma análise da FABERNOVEL aos resultados do 2º trimestre de 2020 e aos principais movimentos estratégicos das empresas que lideram
Alibaba’s payments arm Ant Financial, which has most recently been valued at $150bn, is kicking off its long-awaited public offering with a dual listing planned for Hong Kong and Shanghai https://t.co/PCNN6Lz4Id
— FT China (@ftchina) July 20, 2020
Jack Ma in 1999 pitching friends on Alibaba (launched in his apartment):
“We need to learn the hard working spirit of Silicon Valley.”pic.twitter.com/kawaqmHUDB
— Jon Erlichman (@JonErlichman) July 13, 2020
From the Crowd: “Jack Ma launched Alibaba from his apartment in 1999. Today, he is worth $48 billion.”
Jack Ma launched Alibaba from his apartment in 1999.
Today, he is worth $48 billion. pic.twitter.com/zU03dYF2p7
— Jon Erlichman (@JonErlichman) February 19, 2020
Most valuable tech companies between 1995 and 2019:pic.twitter.com/3qdyGFlFnq
— Jon Erlichman (@JonErlichman) December 18, 2019
Here’s the moment Alibaba debuted on the Hong Kong Exchange. Shares climbed 6.3% on open.
More @business: https://t.co/JIzzk2HTLa pic.twitter.com/hrQfpQTJQP
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) November 26, 2019
Tourists can now use Alipay without a Chinese bank account https://t.co/LFWuR5Ctkm
— Abacus (@AbacusNews) November 5, 2019
Chinese tech companies once "had a reputation for being copycats." Not anymore.
Here's the Quicktake on the "Great Firewall of China" and how it's cultivating Chinese tech in its borders pic.twitter.com/h7VKdq0Msd
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) October 7, 2019