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Michael Zeisser has left as Alibaba’s top US dealmaker
2018-04-27T01:33:24Z - Kara Swisher and Theodore Schleifer / Recode
Michael Zeisser, Alibaba’s top dealmaker in Silicon Valley, quietly left the Chinese giant recently. Joe Tsai, Alibaba’s executive vice chairman, announced the departure in an internal memo to staff over the weekend. Tsai and Zeisser disagreed over investment strategy, sources familiar with the situation said. Zeisser, who has been chairman of US Investments there since 2013, is expected to be replaced by another Alibaba hand, Peter Stern. Zeisser helped establish Alibaba’s prominence in US investing through other deals like Fanatics and Snapchat.

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