The Week That Was: A new age for Alibaba


  • TECH Premium
  • Monday, 16 Sep 2019

Jack Ma steps aside on Sept 10 as chairman of Alibaba, ending a spectacularly successful 20-year run — AFP

It is the end of an era for Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group as its co-founder and chairman, Jack Ma, stepped down on Sept 10.

Ma, who turned 55 on Sept 10, left his handpicked successor Daniel Zhang to run the US$460bil (RM1.91tril) juggernaut.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Tech News

G7 countries urge swift regulation of crypto assets - draft Premium
Twitter to tackle Ukraine conflict misinformation with warning labels Premium
Google 'private browsing' mode not really private, Texas lawsuit says Premium
Canada's Telus and Globalive sign network pact to bid for Shaw's wireless business Premium
Startup Gatik says it will put self-driving trucks on the road in Kansas Premium
TikTok plans big push into gaming, conducting tests in Vietnam, sources say Premium
Gitee, China’s answer to GitHub, to review all code by temporarily closing open-source projects to the public Premium
South-East Asia’s reliance on China may upend US-EU plan for global tech standards Premium
U.S. crypto lobbyists in push to contain fallout from stablecoin meltdown Premium
Seniors are pushing back against ageism on TikTok Premium

Others Also Read