Alibaba spent $161 million fighting fakes since 2013: China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the world's largest e-commerce company, spent over 1 billion yuan ($160.7 million) combating fake goods and for improving customer protection from the beginning of 2013 to the end of November, the firm said Tuesday.
"From Alibaba Group's perspective, we bear a serious responsibility in this fight against counterfeits," said Alibaba Chief Executive Jonathan Lu in a statement. (Reuters)
North Korea's internet goes dark:North Korea lost what little access it had to the Internet on Monday as outside connections to the small communist country went dark.
The digital blackout came as tensions remained high over Pyongyang's alleged role in a cyberattack on Sony Pictures that destroyed company computers and pushed the studio to cancel the release of a satirical movie about an assassination plot against North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un. (The Wall Street Journal)
Twitter rallies on CEO rumors, positive analyst attention: Twitter had a strong day in the market, spiking more than 4 percent in midday trading before ending the day up a slightly more modest 3.67 percent.
The company's shares benefited from a positive 'buy' rating from Argus that included a $44 per-share price target. The company's shares closed the day at $38.44 per share. (TechCrunch)