Duncan Clark's engaging biography of an English teacher who went on to create an e-commerce empire
NEW DELHI :
Jack Ma, the founder of the Alibaba group, was never a techie. He was bad at math, failed twice in high school, and got his first computer only at 33. Ma’s route to becoming the billionaire founder of one of the world’s largest technology companies came through English.
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