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MySpace, BBC sign video share agreement, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

The online community MySpace has signed an agreement with BBC Worldwide to bring some of the British broadcaster’s programs to a worldwide audience, media reported Thursday. The agreement will allow MySpaceTV users to subscribe to a BBC Worldwide channel, then view and share clips from current and archived content. Clips will be available to MySpaceTV users globally. Other BBC programs that will be featured include…

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E-commerce evolution, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

From Internet marketplaces Alibaba.com and Taobao.com to online payment tool Alipay, Yahoo! China and business management software Alisoft, Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, seems to be riding high on a wave of hi-tech. Many industry observers are raising the question – what is his next step? And he does have more plans. The 42-year-old e-commerce leader gave his reply during the Fourth Alibaba Online Businessman…

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Alibaba strikes it rich, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

You Can Be Highly Successful in China You Just Have to Know How to Do It Correctly. Alibaba strikes it rich Alibaba.com said the global economic slowdown is unlikely to have a great impact on the company’s business performance this year. Releasing the annual results, Wei Zhe, chief executive officer of Alibaba.com, said the company will continue to see dynamic growth this year despite the…

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Baidu says ‘Hi’ with IM testing, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

The Chinese search engine Baidu Inc said on Friday it has started a beta test for its instant message (IM) product, marking the company’s formal entry into China’s IM market. Baidu said on Friday in a press release it has started internal tests of its IM product “Baidu Hi”, which only Baidu employees who have submitted applications through internal networks can get approval to download….

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Chinese Wealthy And The Most Concerns

According to The Chinese Luxury Consumer White Paper 2012, jointly published by the Industrial Bank and Hurun Report, here are the key points in brief in terms of these rich people’s requirements. There’re 2.7M wealthy (average age: 39) with the capital over RMB6M, among which there’re 63,500 (average age: 41) with the capital over RMB100M. The top 3 concerns are tourism (60%), health (50%), children…

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