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Alibaba Displays Positive Outlook At Shareholders Meeting

The Alibaba group held their annual shareholder's group last Thursday. Every year at the meeting the executive chairman, Jack Ma, issues a letter to the members of the company. This year the letter was filled with confidence and hope for the future.

The funding group aims to serve 20% of the world's population over the next two decades. The company is aimed at funding and aiding profitable companies all over the world. Ma's goal is to create 100 million jobs worldwide over the next 20 years.

These lofty goals aren't exactly out of character for the executive director. Ma had very humble beginnings in China s a teacher. He then developed his online commerce company into a worldwide leader. The company has a value of almost $250 million today.

Alibaba Misses Revenue But Buys Back Stock

Alibaba

Alibaba was recently featured as a hot IPO in the ecommerce area, but is now suffering with a slowdown in the always growing country of China. The site is trying to expand sales by finding new customers that want to tap into the expanding Chinese middle class. Another effort is to make the exchange more available in the countryside of China. The stock, traded on the NYSE, has fallen from its high and is now only 14% above its IPO pricing.

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer–First Earnings

Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer–First Earnings

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made her first earnings report in October 2012. In the conference she said that she is very impress with the progress of the company in the third quarter. She also said that Yahoo is working with Microsoft to improve search. Wall Street though wants to know what the outline is for reviving the Web Company's revenue growth.

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