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Alibaba Had Another Big Singles Day. The Party May Not Last.

By RAYMOND ZHONG

China’s slowing economic growth and weakening consumer sentiment pose a challenge to an e-commerce giant with world-swallowing ambitions.

Alibaba’s Singles Day Sales Top $30 Billion. The Party May Not Last.

By RAYMOND ZHONG

China’s slowing economic growth and weakening consumer sentiment pose a challenge to an e-commerce giant with world-swallowing ambitions.

At China’s Internet Conference, a Darker Side of Tech Emerges

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, has long showcased flashy new tech. This year, discussions also dealt with counterterrorism, data breaches and surveillance.

Tesla Names a Successor to Elon Musk as Board Chief

By NEAL E. BOUDETTE

Robyn Denholm, an Australian executive, was named days before a regulatory deadline for the electric-car maker to replace its chairman.

Robyn Denholm Succeeds Elon Musk as Leader of Tesla Board

By CARLOS TEJADA

The car company tapped Ms. Denholm, one of its independent directors, as its chairwoman as it seeks a counterbalance to Mr. Musk, its chief executive.

Branden Grace Defends His Title at Home

By JOHN CLARKE

The South African golfer won the Nedbank Golf Challenge last year and has learned how to handle the pressure of trying to win it again.

Brown Point Shoes Arrive, 200 Years After White Ones

By ALEX MARSHALL

Ballet dancers of color have long painted, dyed or covered point shoes in makeup to match their skin. Could this small barrier to inclusion finally be disappearing?

Cancer Society Executive Resigns Amid Upset Over Corporate Partnerships

By SHEILA KAPLAN

The American Cancer Society’s fund-raising alliances with Herbalife and others have stirred concerns, and influenced the departure of its chief medical officer.

Cancer Society Executive Resigns Amid Upset Over Corporate Partnerships

By SHEILA KAPLAN

The American Cancer Society’s fund-raising alliances with Herbalife and others have stirred concerns, and influenced the departure of its chief medical officer.

Artificial Intelligence Hits the Barrier of Meaning

By MELANIE MITCHELL

Machine learning algorithms don’t yet understand things the way humans do — with sometimes disastrous consequences.

Mario Segale, Developer Who Inspired Nintendo to Name Super Mario, Dies at 84

By KAREN ZRAICK

Mr. Segale rented a warehouse near Seattle to Nintendo in the company’s early days, and once berated its president about unpaid rent.

Mario Segale, Developer Who Inspired Nintendo to Name Super Mario, Dies at 84

By KAREN ZRAICK

Mr. Segale rented a warehouse near Seattle to Nintendo in the company’s early days, and once berated its president about unpaid rent.

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Economic Growth

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce giant lowered its estimate for revenue growth this year as challenges mount for the world’s second largest economy.

Alibaba Feels the Pinch From China’s Slowing Growth

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce giant lowered its estimate for revenue growth as challenges mount for the world’s second largest economy.

China’s King of Internet Fluff Wants to Conquer the World

By RAYMOND ZHONG

You may never have heard of Bytedance or used any of its products. But chances are your teenager is already glued to the company’s music video app.

China’s King of Internet Fluff Wants to Conquer the World

By RAYMOND ZHONG

You may never have heard of Bytedance or used any of its products. But chances are your teenager is already glued to the company’s music video app.

Why Are Antiques So Cheap? Because Everyone Lives in the Kitchen

By SCOTT REYBURN

Changes in the way we live in our homes have created a serious problem for the art and collectible industry.

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