China: Communist regime pressurises Ant Group to ditch its founder Jack Ma and divest his stake in the company
According to a Reuters report, Chinese govt has directed Alibaba's affiliate Ant Group to take away control from founder Jack Ma
Chinese govt, which earlier disappeared Alibaba founder Jack Ma, directs him to dispose of media holdings: Report
The development comes months after Alibaba founder Jack Ma went missing for several weeks before making a reappearance.
Another Jack Ma mystery solved? China blocked Ant IPO because it benefitted those who may challenge Xi Jinping politically
According to the WSJ report, one of Ant’s investors is Boyu Capital, a private-equity firm founded in part by Jiang Zhicheng. Jiang Zhicheng is the grandson of former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin. Another is Li Botan, who controls the Beijing Zhaode Group
Alibaba founder Jack Ma ‘missing’ again, finds no mention in list of entrepreneurial leaders published by Chinese state newspaper
The Shanghai Securities News, one of the most important business publications in China omitted Jack Ma in its article celebrating Chinese entrepreneurs
Alibaba stocks soared more than eight per cent on Wednesday after billionaire founder Jack Ma made his first public appearance since October 2020.
As per Chinese state media, he attended the Jack Ma Rural Teachers Award ceremony, an annual event launched by the Jack Ma Foundation in 2015.
‘Jack Ma is safe and sound’, is ‘laying low’ claims founder and chairman of equity firm Primavera Capital Group
Days after his unflattering opinion of the Chinese authorities, Alibaba founder Jack Ma went mysteriously missing
Vanishing barons: Alibaba founder Jack Ma and 4 other Chinese billionaires who had mysteriously gone missing
Several prominent elites from China who had ran afoul with the CCP had mysteriously disappeared from the public eye, including Jack Ma
‘Ungrateful’ and ‘Evil Vampire’ Jack Ma now being ‘supervised’ at an ‘undisclosed location’ after criticising China: Details
Disappearance of Jack Ma followed after he made critical remarks about banking system and financial regulatory structure of China
China: Former Huarong Chairman Lai Xiaomin sentenced to death for taking bribes, corruption, rumoured to have 100 mistresses
Former Huarong Chairman Lai Xiaomin has been sentenced to death on charges of bribery, corruption and bigamy.
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