On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 4:28 PM, Edmond Lococo (/NEWSROOM:) wrote:
Alibaba today announced that after 14 years of building up the group into one of the biggest Internet companies in the world, CEO Jack Ma is taking a step back from the chief executive role of the Chinese e-commerce giant, holding onto the role of executive chairman.
We need some analysis for our coverage. Could you offer a comment on why he might be stepping down now, and what his departure will mean for the company?
Any ideas about potential replacement candidates for him at CEO?
Dundas Deng (CEO of Midas Investments China):