FT: Jack Ma to step down as president of his business school


Ma will not hold any high-level title at the restructured organisation, the report said, as Beijing seeks to limit his influence. — Reuters

BEIJING: Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, founder of ecommerce giant Aibaba, is going to step down as president of the elite business school he founded after having been caught in a Beijing clampdown on tech titans, the Financial Times reported on May 24.

Ma, formerly one of China’s most flambouyant entrepreneurs, has largely disappeared from public view since Alibaba’s fintech arm was investigated and fined by regulators for alleged monopolistic practices.

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