Founded in 1999 by Jack Ma, Alibaba was initially an online B2B platform for small businesses in China. Today it is one of the world’s largest internet companies. Alibaba provides internet infrastructure and marketing platforms for businesses and brands globally to connect with their consumers. Its core businesses include e-commerce, cloud computing, and digital media and entertainment; as it increasingly identifies itself as a data company, rather than as an e-retailer. It is also engaged in building ecosystems of logistics and local services through its invested companies.
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