Jack Ma Yun, born in 1964, is a famous Chinese Internet entrepreneur and founder of Alibaba, Taobao and Alipay, three of China's leading e-commerce firms.

Chinese internet giant Alibaba gets greenlight to sell shares in Hong Kong
Chinese internet giant Alibaba has gained approval to raise as much as $15 billion dollars in a November share sale in Hong Kong, several sources told the South China Morning Post. Alibaba, which owns Inkstone, is already listed in New York. This secondary listing in Hong Kong would bolster the company’s capitalization and finally give investors in mainland China the chance to participate in the growth of one of the country’s most profitable technology giants. Investors in mainland China are expected to be able to trade Alibaba shares in Hong Kong through the Stock Connect program upon regulatory approval. The program allows investors to trade stocks listed on each other's markets through br
Chinese internet giant Alibaba gets greenlight to sell shares in Hong Kong
Jack Ma bows out with a song
Known for his showmanship, Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma sang a pop ballad at the company’s 20th-anniversary party on September 10. Alibaba owns Inkstone. The event was part of Ma’s goodbye to the company as he stepped down as executive chairman. His successor, Daniel Zhang, joined the performance.  
Jack Ma bows out with a song
Jack Ma on the future of AI
Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma says that humans shouldn't fear AI – they just need to understand it. The tech billionaire, who is hailed by many as a visionary in China, was speaking on Monday at the 2018 World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai. He discussed the ways that artificial intelligence and machine learning will change the way humans work – and the responsibilities governments have toward the development of AI tech. Alibaba also owns Inkstone.
Jack Ma on the future of AI
China’s richest man is retiring (soon). Here are 5 things to know
Jack Ma, the co-founder of Alibaba, has just announced plans to relinquish his role as the chairman of the most valuable company in Asia. On Monday – Ma’s 54th birthday – the tech tycoon said he would step down as Alibaba’s chairman exactly one year from now. “The world is big, and I am still young, so I want to try new things – because what if new dreams can be realized?!” Ma said in a letter addressed to Alibaba customers, employees and shareholders. Alibaba also owns Inkstone. Ma is the first of his peers to unveil a succession plan. Many in the tech community have described Alibaba’s upcoming leadership change as “the end of an era.” Here are five things you need to know about the future
China’s richest man is retiring (soon). Here are 5 things to know