The billionaire businessman and Alibaba founder has disappeared from the public limelight after brushes with Chinese regulators in recent weeks, sparking speculation about his fate.
The normally outspoken e-commerce pioneer has been out of the public eye since late October, prompting a flurry of speculation
The ruling Party shows Jack Ma and investors whos the real boss.
Chinas latest salvo against one of its most well-known technology giants could portend a more perilous regulatory regime for others in the industry as well.
The probe casts a spotlight on longstanding contentions from merchants and rivals that the e-commerce giant pressures some sellers to operate only on its platforms.
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This years online shopping extravaganza also comes a week after Alibaba lost almost $76-billion of its market value
The extraordinary move to suspend the $34 billion initial public offering of Ant Group, the online-finance operation carved out of Alibaba, caps a tug of war between billionaire Jack Ma and Chinas top regulators.
The financial-technology company part-owned by Alibaba Group is set to raise at least $34.4 billion through dual listings in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
What are investors buying in the worlds largest initial public offering?