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Jacqueline Reses joins Alibaba Groups Board of Directors

India Infoline News Service  | December 05, 2012 14:12 IST

Reses is executive vice president of people and development at Yahoo!, where she is responsible for leading corporate and business development, and human resources and talent acquisition globally.

Alibaba Group Holdings Limited, Chinas largest e-commerce company, today announced that Yahoo! Inc.s Jacqueline D. Reses has joined Alibaba Groups board of directors.  Reses joins Jack Ma, Masayoshi Son and Joe Tsai as one of four directors on the Alibaba board.
 
Im honored to be a part of Alibabas distinguished board, said Reses. Jack and the team have built a strong business that has changed the e-commerce landscape in China.  I look forward to working closely with them as Alibaba continues to innovate and grow.
 
Todays announcement underscores Alibabas strong relationship with Yahoo!, said Jack Ma, chairman and chief executive officer of Alibaba Group. We are pleased to welcome such an experienced and respected executive like Jackie, who brings a wealth of strategic insight and operating experience to the Alibaba board.
 
Reses is executive vice president of people and development at Yahoo!, where she is responsible for leading corporate and business development, and human resources and talent acquisition globally. She has more than two decades of experience building world-class technology and media teams, and she has served on a number of boards of directors. Reses led the U.S. media group at Apax Partners where she made some of the firms most significant investments in media companies. Previously, she served as CEO of iBuilding Inc. and spent seven years at Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions and the principal investment area.
 

Yahoo! owns approximately 23 percent of Alibaba Group common stock on a fully diluted basis.
 

 
 
 
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