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Cloud Computing: Alibaba Q4 beats estimates with revenue up 22% YoY to $16.14B and income of $447M, down 88% YoY due to loss in investments, cloud computing revenue up 58% YoY (Business Wire)

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Alibaba Q4 beats estimates with revenue up 22% YoY to $16.14B and income of $447M, down 88% YoY due to loss in investments, cloud computing revenue up 58% YoY  —  HANGZHOU, China—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA and HKE…
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