Michael Zeisser, Alibaba Group Holding’s top dealmaker in the U.S., has left the firm, according to a U.S. media report. The report said Joe Tsai, co-founder and vice chairman of Alibaba, announced Zeisser’s departure in an internal memo to staff. It also said Zeisser left due to disagreement with Tsai over investment strategy, citing insiders. Alibaba didn’t immediately respond to China Money Network’s email seeking comment. Alibaba set up its U.S. investment arm in 2013 and Zeisser, a former senior …

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