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    Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said Tuesday its quarterly profit rose 36 percent as an economic rebound helped to boost advertising spending.

  • Baidu profit up 60 percent, revenue growth slows

    Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said Tuesday its latest quarterly profit rose 60 percent but revenue growth slowed as the Chinese economy cooled.

  • Baidu profit up 60 percent, revenue growth slows

    Chinese search engine operator Baidu Inc. says its latest quarterly profit rose 60 percent but revenue growth slowed as the economy cooled.

  • China's Baidu releases new mobile browser

    Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, has released a mobile browser and says it will invest in a cloud computing center as growth in Internet use shifts to mobile phones.

  • Baidu profit up 80 percent, forecasts more growth

    Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said Friday its latest quarterly profit jumped 80 percent as strong growth in usage of its site helped to drive advertising revenue higher.

  • China's Baidu quarterly profit up 95 percent

    Baidu Inc., which operates China's dominant search engine, said Tuesday its quarterly profit jumped 95 percent on traffic growth and strong spending by big advertising customers.

  • China's Baidu, music labels launch online service

    Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said Tuesday it will distribute music from three global labels in a deal that its partners say could help clean up China's piracy-plagued music market.

  • Summary Box: Baidu, music labels launch service

    THE SERVICE: Chinese search engine operator Baidu Inc. will distribute music from three global labels.

  • China's Baidu, Microsoft to cooperate in search

    Chinese search giant Baidu Inc. will use Microsoft's Bing for some English-language results as the software giant tries to expand its small share of China's search market.

  • FILE - In this March 25, 2010 file photo, a Chinese flag flaps in the wind in front of the Google China headquarters in Beijing. A year after a public spat with Beijing over censorship, Google Inc. says its business with Chinese advertisers is growing even as the Internet giant's share of online searches in China plunges. A major Chinese portal announced last week it would no longer use Google for search, compounding its rapid loss of market share since March last year when it closed its local search engine. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe, File)

    Google profile in China shrinking

    A year after a public spat with Beijing over censorship, Google Inc. says its business with Chinese advertisers is growing even as the Internet giant's share of online searches in China plunges.

  • China's Baidu removes millions of pirated works

    Baidu Inc., which operates China's leading search engine, said Wednesday it has removed 2.8 million items from an online library after authors complained it was distributing their work without permission.

  • China's state news agency launches search engine

    China's main government news agency launched an Internet search site Tuesday, giving its own sanitized view of the Web following Google's closure of its China-based search engine last year over censorship.

  • Facebook's Zuckerberg starts China visit

    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg started a visit to China on Monday with a tour of the offices of the country's top search engine, while his own social networking site remained blocked on the mainland.

  • Time Magazine named Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg its 2010 "Person of the Year" on Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010. (AP Photo/Time Magazine)

    Facebook's Zuckerberg visits China

    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg started a visit to China on Monday with a tour of the offices of the country's top search engine, while his own social networking site remained blocked on the mainland.

  • FILE - In this March 25, 2010 file photo, a Chinese flag flaps in the wind in front of the Google China headquarters in Beijing. A year after a public spat with Beijing over censorship, Google Inc. says its business with Chinese advertisers is growing even as the Internet giant's share of online searches in China plunges. A major Chinese portal announced last week it would no longer use Google for search, compounding its rapid loss of market share since March last year when it closed its local search engine. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe, File)

    Google defends shrinking China market share

    Google is hiring dozens of marketing and technical employees in China to defend a shrinking market share against local rivals after closing its Chinese search engine six months ago this Wednesday in a dispute over censorship.

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