- MarketWatch•23 days ago
At the influential European's men's fashion shows, designers are blurring the lines between formal suits and casual, sporty looks. Here's a look at how designers such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Marni and ...
- Barrons.com•last month
Jack Ma, the co-founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding (BABA), has been buying up French vineyards, but he may have trouble convincing French buyers that Bordeaux is in the bottles. Dow Jones Newswires reported the following today: "French anti-counterfeiting group Unifab is blasting remarks made by Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma earlier this week about fake goods as "misleading" and "slanderous." Ma, on Tuesday, called Alibaba the "world's leading fighter on counterfeits" -- but said fake goods can be "better quality" and cheaper than authentic branded goods. Alibaba, in response to Unifab, provided additional comments from Ma, clarifying that he meant to say that Chinese branded products could sometimes be better quality than famous names." UPDATED: Alibaba's Ma published an editorial June 22 in The Wall Street Journal titled "Counterfeit Goods Have No Place on Alibaba." He wrote, in part: "... when I see reports in the press taking my recent words about counterfeit goods out of context, I feel compelled to set the record straight.
|52wk Range||5.20 - 9.75|
|Day's Range||6.03 - 6.08|
|Avg Vol (3m)||7,095|
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