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Baidu to provide wireless search for China Unicom

Baidu, China’s leading search engine announced yesterday that it has signed an agreement with China Unicom to provide wireless search. China Unicom is the country’s second largest cell phone operator with 141 million mobile users. China Telecom, the largest cell … Read More

SEMPO expands the reach to APAC region

Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO) announced its launch of SEMPO APAC Committee. SEMPO APAC plans and organizes SEMPO activities in the Asia-Pacific region to educate the market, grow membership and awareness of the Online & Search Marketing Industry, as … Read More

Head of Google China Moves On

The BBC reports that Lee Kai-Fu will leave his post as President of Google Greater China during September adding to a bumpy period for Google in China. After 4 years, he will be replaced by John Liu who currently heads … Read More

SEMPO Chairman and Board of Directors to tour Asia

SEMPO (Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization) Asia Tour and Seminars aim to foster awareness, educate, and promote the search industry in Asia by connecting professionals in the regions and Western markets, and creating a better understanding of search and its … Read More

Baidu staff strike over new salary system

Employees from Baidu’s South China subsidiary went on strike protesting changes to the new salary system which became effective May 1 of this year as reported by 163.com. The employees signed a new salary agreement in late April and are … Read More

Baidu censorship documents leaked

A set of internal working documents from the censorship department at Baidu, China’s largest search engine, were recently leaked. These documents are quickly appearing on blogs, forums and across the internet both in China and around the world. A China … Read More

Baidu tops revenue forecasts

Baidu (BIDU), China’s leading search engine reported first-quarter net income grew 24%. Baidu’s total revenues in the first quarter of 2009 were CNY810.7 million (USD 118.76 million), a 41.1% increase from the corresponding period in 2008. Net income for the … Read More

Baidu accused of being a monopoly

Baidu.com, China’s leading search engine company, has been accused of being a monopoly by the Tangshan Renren Information Service Company (TRISC) who is demanding more than 1.1 million renminbi (USD $160,000) in compensation. The suit was opened at the Beijing … Read More

Baidu launches search for seniors

Baidu.com, the world’s leading Chinese search, launched a specially designed search engine for seniors. The search engine which is more like a portal is named named “Baidu Elderly Search” in Chinese. The design helps older users by emphasizing clicking on … Read More

50 million bloggers in China

According to China Internet Association, there are more than 50 million blogger in China as of November 2008. The number of blogs has reached 100 million. There are 290 million Internet users in China right now.